Thomas E. Tremain

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In 1984, the Department of Defense established a program under the direction of the National Security Agency (NSA) to develop a secure voice system (STU-111) capable of providing end-bend secure voice communications to all segments of the Federal Government, Federal Government coniraciors, and citirens oi the United States. Based on the work performed by(More)
The history of speech coding is closely tied to the career of Tom Tremain. He joined the National Security Agency in 1959 as an Air Force lieutenant assigned to duty at the Agency. Little did he know then that this assignment would shape his career as well as the future of speech coding. Thomas E. Tremain was the U.S. govern-ment's senior speech scientist.(More)
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