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The quality of audio signals that have been encoded with low-bit rate audio coding standards is degraded because the high frequency information has been removed. The quality of such audio signals can, however, be improved by reconstructing the high frequency information which was lost. In this paper the principles of audio signal production and the(More)
For conventional bandwidth extension, the spectral patching methods, such as spectral folding, spectral translation and non-linear processing, are employed to reconstruct high frequency signal, yet it leads to the spectral shifting between reconstructed and original signal, and does not retain the original harmonic relations. In this paper, a blind harmonic(More)
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