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FED-STD-1016, FEDERAL STANDARD: TELECOMMUNICATIONS: ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERSION OF RADIO VOICE BY 4,800 BIT/SECOND CODE EXCITED LINEAR PREDICTION (CELP) (14 FEB 1991)

FED-STD-1016, FEDERAL STANDARD: TELECOMMUNICATIONS: ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERSION OF RADIO VOICE BY 4,800 BIT/SECOND CODE EXCITED LINEAR PREDICTION (CELP) (14 FEB 1991)., This standard specifies interoperability-related requirements for the conversion of analog voice to a 4,800 bit/s digitized form for digital radio transmission by a method known as Code Excited Linear Prediction (CELP) and the reverse process, the synthesis of analog voice from 4,800 bit/s CELP-digitized voice. In addition to digital radio applications, CELP is also very suitable for encrypted telephone use and other applications wherein voice must be digitized prior to encryption.

FED-STD-1016

    
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 FSC Code:
 TELE - FEDERAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS STANDARDS

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02-1991468.64 KB FED-STD-1016

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