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Audio source tracking arrangement

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #8126183.

An audio source tracking arrangement, integrated in or connected to a video conference system, for determining a position of a source creating a sound, including: at least an audio signal processing module configured to determine the position of the source creating the sound based on a plurality of audio signals originating from the source respectively captured by a plurality of microphones; and one or more microphone housings, respectively encapsulating at least one of the plurality of microphones, the one or more microphone housings including a cavity in which at least one of the plurality of microphones is localized, an aperture on a surface of the microphone housing, and a channel extending from the cavity to the aperture, wherein the channel and the cavity are dimensioned to form an acoustical amplifier with a frequency response having one or more high frequency peaks in a frequency band of the sound.

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