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Fast CELP coding based on algebraic codes
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Code-Excited Linear Prediction produces high quality synthetic speech at low bit rate. Expand
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16 kbps wideband speech coding technique based on algebraic CELP
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The application of algebraic code excited linear prediction (ACELP) coding to wideband speech is presented with a very efficient search procedure which allows for real-time implementation. Expand
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ITU-T G.729 Annex A: reduced complexity 8 kb/s CS-ACELP codec for digital simultaneous voice and data
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This article describes the ITU-T Recommendation G.729 Annex A (G.729A) for encoding speech signals at 8 kb/s with low complexity. Expand
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On reducing computational complexity of codebook search in CELP coder through the use of algebraic codes
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A general framework is introduced which allows both fast search and freedom in designing codebooks with good statistical properties in the time and frequency domains. Expand
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A toll quality 8 kb/s speech codec for the personal communications system (PCS)
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A toll quality speech codec at 8 kb/s suitable for the future personal communications system with a complexity implementable on current fixed-point DSP chips. Expand
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GSM enhanced full rate speech codec
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The GSM enhanced full rate (EFR) speech codec that has been standardised for the GSM mobile communication system provides wireline quality not only for error-free conditions but also for the most typical error conditions. Expand
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Harmonic-stochastic excitation (HSX) speech coding below 4 kbit/s
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This paper presents an algorithm for encoding speech signals at bit rates below 4 kbit/s based on a mixed harmonic and stochastic modeling of the excitation signal. Expand
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Description Of The Proposed ITU-T 8 Kb/S Speech Coding Standard
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Baseband speech coding at 2400 bps using "Spherical vector quantization"
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This paper concerns a new Quantization Scheme for efficient encoding of waveforms below or about one bit per sample. Expand
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Low complexity LSF quantization for wideband speech coding
State-of-the-art narrowband speech coders operating from 4 to 16 kbit/s are mostly based on the code-excited linear predictive (CELP) model. They achieve a good synthesis quality usually at theExpand
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