echo cancellation

Definitions

General Science

Computing

  • noun a technique used in high speed modems to remove echo signals from the line

Electronics

  • The suppression or elimination of unwanted echoes within a communications line, such as that utilized by a telephone or modem. Such echoes may result, for instance, from impedance mismatches along such a line. Also called acoustic echo cancellation.
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