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The Use of Companding in Conferencing Voice Communications Systems

Compounded codes are used for representing voice data in digital communication systems. This thesis addresses the use of the Mu-law companding algorithm in a system optimized for conferencing. A procedure for determining the degree of compression for a variable number of conferees and design equations for implementing a table-lookup scheme using read-only-memories are presented.

Identiferoai:union.ndltd.org:ucf.edu/oai:stars.library.ucf.edu:rtd-1693
Date01 July 1983
CreatorsKlages, Jon P.
PublisherSTARS
Source SetsUniversity of Central Florida
LanguageEnglish
Detected LanguageEnglish
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Formatapplication/pdf
SourceRetrospective Theses and Dissertations
RightsPublic Domain

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