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Author Topic: Is AEC Necessary when near-end is only receiving?  (Read 161 times)

brentingroum

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Is AEC Necessary when near-end is only receiving?
« on: November 07, 2018, 12:43:48 pm »

Correct me if I have this wrong...

When it comes to teleconferencing, there is no need for AEC processing if the communication is only one way, correct?

For instance, if there is a page over the loudspeakers, the need for AEC would be irrelevant since the near-end is only receiving and not sending.
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Re: Is AEC Necessary when near-end is only receiving?
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2018, 04:17:02 pm »

Correct me if I have this wrong...

When it comes to teleconferencing, there is no need for AEC processing if the communication is only one way, correct?

For instance, if there is a page over the loudspeakers, the need for AEC would be irrelevant since the near-end is only receiving and not sending.

Automatic echo cancellation would not be necessary in a one way audio path over Telco or IP.  With proper mix minus sends it is generally not used in two way conversations either.

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