Active noise cancellation in hearing devices

Ivan Harald Holger Jørgensen (Inventor), Karsten Bo Rasmussen (Inventor), Svend Oscar Petersen (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

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Abstract

Disclosed is a hearing device system comprising at least one hearing aid circuitry and at least one active noise cancellation unit, the at least one hearing aid circuitry comprises at least one input transducer adapted to convert a first audio signal to an electric audio signal; a signal processor connected to the at least one input transducer and adapted to process said electric audio signal by at least partially correcting for a hearing loss of a user; an output transducer adapted to generate from at least said processed electric audio signal a sound pressure in an ear canal of the user, whereby the generated sound pressure is at least partially corrected for the hearing loss of the user; ; the at least one active noise cancellation unit being adapted to provide an active noise cancellation signal adapted to perform active noise cancellation of an acoustical signal entering the ear canal in addition to said generated sound pressure, wherein the hearing device system further comprises a combiner unit adapted to combine the processed electric audio signal with the active noise cancellation signal, to obtain a combined signal and to provide the combined signal to the output transducer.
Original languageEnglish
IPCH04R25/00
Patent numberEP2023664
Filing date13/03/2013
CountryDenmark
Publication statusPublished - 2013

Bibliographical note

Also published as: US2009041260, US8229127, CN101365259, AU2008203125, AU2008203125

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