3D noise cancellation makes voice control significantly more reliable

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This problem is compounded by noisy environments that can severely degrade the quality of speech to the point where voice control is totally inoperable. Traditional noise cancellation suffers from trade-off s between the degree of noise reduction and voice quality: the higher the noise reduction levels, the greater the potential for voice distortion. Attempting to minimise the trade-off s, engineers have developed Noise reduction algorithms to reduce the amount of noise which perform well mainly in stationary noise and poor performance in non-stationary noise such as street noise and similar other noises.

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