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Using the BLU-101 and BLU-HIF


Using the BLU-101 and BLU-HIF

This design file for the SoundwebTM London BLU-101 & BLU-HIF provides the functionality required for a small conferencing system. This design utilizes Acoustic Echo Cancellation for Audio and Video Teleconferencing applications.

This system has the following features:
~ 9 Microphone inputs with Acoustic Echo Cancellation [AEC]
~ Stereo Line level input for multi-media
~ BLU-HIF for audio interface to headset jack of a VoIP/digital phone
~ Separate outputs for: Record and the Assisted Listening System [ALS]
~ 4 separate speaker zones
~ Separate signal paths for Dry and AEC microphones for voice lift applications

The BLU-101 is a very cost effective Digital Signal Processor for conferencing applications where an external conferencing solution is provided. The BLU-101 allows up to twelve AEC inputs in the system. This file illustrates the correct method for processing the AEC and DRY microphone signals and how to correctly route their AEC reference. The BLU-HIF Telephone Headset Interface facilitates connection of the headset jack of a VoIP/digital phone to an AEC input and analog output of a Soundweb London device.


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