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GSM 06.10 compresses frames of 162 13-bit samples (8 kHz sampling rate, i.e. a frame rate of 50 Hz) into 260 bits; for compatibility with typical UNIX applications, our implementation turns frames of 160 16-bit linear samples into 33-byte frames (1650 Bytes/s). The quality of the algorithm is good enough for reliable speaker recognition; even music often survives transcoding in recognizable form (given the bandwidth limitations of 8 kHz sampling rate).
The interfaces offered are a front end modelled after compress(1), and a library API. Compression and decompression run faster than realtime on most SPARCstations. The implementation has been verified against the ETSI standard test patterns.
GSM 06.10 13 kbit/s RPE/LTP speech compression available -------------------------------------------------------- The Communications and Operating Systems Research Group (KBS) at the Technische Universitaet Berlin is currently working on a set of UNIX-based tools for computer-mediated telecooperation that will be made freely available. As part of this effort we are publishing an implementation more»
Sun Apr 5 04:53:07 2009 Jutta Degener (firstname.lastname@example.org) * Release 1.0 Patchlevel 13 COPYRIGHT: exploring the deeper meaning and cultural history of the word "any". Fri Jun 2 06:27:56 2006 Jutta Degener (email@example.com) * Release 1.0 Patchlevel 12 src/code.c: removed modifiable static storage that made the library non-reentrant. (Thanks to Paul Gibbs for pointing out the bug.) more»
Copyright 1992, 1993, 1994 by Jutta Degener and Carsten Bormann, Technische Universitaet Berlin Any use of this software is permitted provided that this notice is not removed and that neither the authors nor the Technische Universitaet Berlin are deemed to have made any representations as to the suitability of this software for any purpose nor are held responsible for any defects of this software more»