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etnapowers
etnapowers
5/4/2015 5:40:18 AM
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Re: Blind Source Separation
I think there are many interesting scenarios open to the noise separation purpose.

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etnapowers
etnapowers
2/12/2015 2:57:49 AM
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Re: Most Intutive way
Agreed. It's one of the opportunities of the bluetooth technology, I guess that the smart bluetooth solution will be widely adopted in multiple typologies of future  applications.

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etnapowers
etnapowers
2/12/2015 2:40:18 AM
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Re: Blind Source Separation
@Ranasinghe: you're talking about the voice recognition of a particular user , and the memorization of the related data, correct?

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etnapowers
etnapowers
2/12/2015 2:30:56 AM
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Re: Blind Source Separation
@Ranasinghe: The human being is the center reference for all the future applications of the electronics systems, thus I think that the contribution of electronics to the quality of the life of all of the people will be a great contribute in the near future.

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
1/31/2015 11:57:47 PM
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Re: Watching movie
If I am watching a movie with high decibels and there is a dialogue, "turn-on the lamps". Does recognize this system recognize this and issue a command, or is this treated as some kind of noise and ignore it?

@amrutah, that is a very good question. I would also be curious to know if the system identifies that as command.

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
1/31/2015 11:55:55 PM
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Re: Blind Source Separation
I am little curious to understand what if someone wants to impose low complexity constraint on the signal,i.e. if one requires not the whole signal.

@samicksha, what exactly you mean by constraint on signal ?

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
1/31/2015 11:53:51 PM
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Re: Most Intutive way
You can change the voice accents and customize it to Indian English accent.

@amrutah, thanks for shaing this tip. I didnt knew it was possible to change the accents as well.

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amrutah
amrutah
1/31/2015 11:53:11 PM
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Re: Most Intutive way
@SunitaT0: The increase in range will call for more power and extra communication channels needed in the same frequency band.  The more important issue with the bluetooth I see is the security.  How many layers of security is added to the communication frame as compared to the wired or wireless networks.

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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
1/31/2015 11:51:18 PM
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Re: Most Intutive way
I think the bluetooth was meant for short range communications and increase the range will call for more power which overcomes its sole purpose.

@amrutah, so are you saying that increasing the power increased the range ? If we have some application where we can afford to spend more power we can have larger range ?

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amrutah
amrutah
1/31/2015 11:49:46 PM
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Re: Most Intutive way
@SunitaT0: I think the bluetooth was meant for short range communications and increase the range will call for more power which overcomes its sole purpose.

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