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The primary impediment to multi-channel system identification appears in many applicationareas such as acoustics and mobile communication.  In this thesis, primary methods are pre-sented, which is based on the normalised least-mean-squares (NLMS) algorithm in combinationwith a particular state of excitation signals called perfect sequences (PSEQs) .Those are peri-odically reproduced a pseudo-noise signal.  Based on the periodic excitation signal the NLMSprocess can identify a noiseless linear signal inside one period.In this project,  i explained an approach to generalise the fundamental concept of systemidentification  to  a  multi-channel  system  from  5.It uniquely identifies the impulse responsesof  multiple  channels  with  one  measurement  for  all  numbers  of  multi-channel  and  all  systemlengths.Also, the method allows an identification of each kind of radio and can easily be elon-gated  to  multiple  inputs  –  multiple  outputs  (MIMO).The  system  identification  methods  inMIMO systems used in wireless transmission as well as calibration of multi loudspeakers sys-tem in evaluation of echo cancellation process 2.The fundamental question is that how to buildthe excitation signals to identify the various paths of a single inputs – multiple output (SIMO)system.In5 they developed a procedure how to conclude the concept of multi-channel system iden-tification  MISO  system.The  standard  obstacles  of  multi-channel  identification  as  required  insound simulation in multi-channel been seen as the distinction of non-zero correlation and theexcitation signal.This method is extended to any kind of acoustic system e.g., MIMO systemidentification.The adaptive filter does not converge properly and performance of speed conver-gence is very low.In this project we are using multi loud speakers and multi microphones ona circle,  The system gives multi measured source signal,  and adequate excitation signals arerequired to recognize the real impulse response of each path.In this project,  i proposed a dynamic measurement approach used from3 to captivate asubstantial number of impulse responses in short period.  In pre-processing, the moving micro-phone captures the response of an acoustic system continuously,  and in the post-processing,it estimates the immediate impulse responses.  we originated the system identification methodto counterbalanced time-varying in the continuous moving microphone, perhaps the capturedimpulses were rendered as the orthogonal sequence coefficients of the instant responses.  I im-plemented this method on the moving circular path, where the responses are estimated frominterpolated orthogonal coefficients.The association of impulse length, the speed of the movingmicrophone along with measurements are explained inheritance to the bandwidth of the spa-tial responses.Based on the current techniques, the measurements from impulses are so-calleddynamic measurement.In which the outcomes were correlated with static measurements