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Annals of Computer Science and Information Systems, Volume 10

Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Research in Intelligent and Computing in Engineering

A Wide Band Speech Coding Technique using Low Delay Code Excited Linear Predictive Algorithm (LD-CELP)


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15439/2017R03

Citation: Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Research in Intelligent and Computing in Engineering, Vijender Kumar Solanki, Vijay Bhasker Semwal, Rubén González Crespo, Vishwanath Bijalwan (eds). ACSIS, Vol. 10, pages 4548 ()

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Abstract. A fair level of speech quality is desired in speech transmission for mobile voice services. The effective utilization of bandwidth and higher bit rate is must for a best quality speech coder. But at a time the both requirements are not fulfilled in desired format. The research is ongoing in the area of designing speech coder's. In general the CELP is an algorithm to design a good quality speech coder. From 80's to present the advancement in this technique is going on. In this paper a wide band speech coding technique is proposed using LD-CELP algorithm. The overall performance of LD-CELP (16Kbps) is summarized and computed on MATLAB version R2016a with parameters MSE and SNR. In conclusion we observe that SNR for LD-CELP is not much better and enhancement in this is necessary


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