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AES 105th Convention -- San Francisco, USA September 26-29, 1998

Saturday, September 26th
Sessions A - D

Session A: Saturday, September 26 - 12:30PM
Networks, Audio, and Music

Chairman: John Strawn, S Systems, Inc., Larkspur, CA, USA

A-1 Controlling and Monitoring Audio Systems with Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) ­ Kevin P. Gross and Tom Holtzen, Peak Audio, Inc., Boulder, CO, USA (Invited)

A-2 Implementing Digital Audio Devices for the IEEE 1394 High Performance Serial Bus ­ Bob Moses, PAVO, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA (Invited)

A-3 A Supplement to Audio and Music Data Transmission Protocol Over IEEE 1394: SMPTE Time Code Transmission ­ Hirotaka Kuribayashi, Yasushi Ohtani, and Jun-ichi Fujimori, Yamaha Corporation, Hamamatsu, Japan (Invited)

A-4 Building an Audio Wide Area Network ­ Timothy B. Thompson, Young Chang Research and Development Institute, Waltham, MA, USA (Invited)

Session B: Saturday, September 26 - 12:30PM
Digital Signal Processing for Audio, Part 1

Chairman: Phil Wiser, Liquid Audio, Redwood City, CA, USA

B-1 A New Method Based on Spectral Subtraction for the Suppression of Late Reverberation from Speech Signals ­ K. Lebart and J. M. Boucher, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications de Bretagne, Brest, France; and P. N. Denbigh, University of Sussex, Brighton, Sussex, UK

B-2 Error and Convergence Properties of the Fast Affine Projection and Least Mean Square Echo Cancellation Algorithms ­ M. J. Reed and M. O. J. Hawksford, University of Essex, Colchester, Essex, UK; and M. P. Hollier, BT Labs, Martlesham Heath, Ipswich, Suffolk, UK

B-3 A Worst-Case Analysis for Analog-Quality (Alias-Free) Digital Dynamics Processing ­ Dan Mapes-Riordan, Shure Brothers, Inc.,

B-4 Finite-Field Transforms for Lossless Audio Signal Processing ­ James A. S. Angus, University of York, York, UK

Session C: Saturday, September 26 - 3:00PM
Desktop Computer Audio

Chairman: Rob Maher, EuPhonics, Inc., Boulder, CO, USA

C-1 New Sound Technology for PCs ­ Jeffrey Barish, EuPhonics, Inc., Boulder, CO, USA (Invited)

C-2 Optimizing Centralized Digital Audio Distribution through Client/Server Techniques ­ Wes Lockard and Dale Daley, Custom Business Systems, Inc., Reedsport, OR, USA

C-3 New Facilities for Digital Audio Mixing ­ Dan Hitt and yeeOn Lo, Palo Alto, CA, USA

C-4 Integrating Audio and Communication ­ Conrad A. Maxwell, Rockwell Semiconductor Systems Inc., Newport Beach, CA, USA (Invited)

C-5 Class-D Audio Amplifiers for Compact, Portable Equipment ­ Don Dapkus, Texas Instruments, Dallas, TX, USA

Session D: Saturday, September 26 - 3:00PM
Conversion Technology

Chairman: Robert Adams, Analog Devices Inc., Wilmington, MA, USA

D-1 A Monolithic 24-Bit, 96-kHz Sample-Rate Converter with AES3 Receiver and AES3 Transmitter ­ Steven Harris, Gautham Kamath, and Eric Gaalaas, Crystal Semiconductor Product Division, Cirrus Logic Corporation, Austin, TX, USA

D-2 Multiphase Filters for Sample-Rate Conversion of High-Resolution Audio ­ Vicki R. Melchior, Sonic Solutions, Novato, CA, USA

D-3 Dynamic Range Enhancement in Switched-Current Sigma-Delta Modulation Using Current Scaling ­ T. J. Passetti and M. O. J. Hawksford, University of Essex, Colchester, Essex, UK

D-4 Circuit Switching Topologies for Dynamic Element Matching Data Converters ­ J. W. Bruce and Peter Stubberud, University of Nevada Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV, USA

D-5 A 112-dB SNR Oversampling DAC with Segmented Noise-Shaped Scrambling ­ Robert Adams, Khiem Nguyen, and Karl Sweetland, Analog Devices Inc., Wilmington, MA, USA (Invited)


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