Bitrate Detection for the AMR-WB Codec

The following speech samples are provided to illustrate speech coding effects of the AMR-WB codec at different bitrates.  For the single coded examples, the original speech signal was simply coded and decoded at the specified bitrate. For the tandem coded examples, the single coded signals were subject to a consecutive stage of coding and decoding.

 

Examples - Single coded

Bitrate   Male   Female
         
Original    
         
6.60 kbit/s    
         
12.65 kbit/s    
         
23.85 kbit/s    

 

Examples - Tandem coded

Bitrate   Male   Female
         
Original    
         
6.60 kbit/s, 6.60 kbit/s    
         
6.60 kbit/s, 12.65 kbit/s    
         
12.65 kbit/s, 12.65 kbit/s    

 

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Digital Signal Processing and System Theory

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Prof. Anja Leue from the psychology department of our university organized a lecture series on the topic "language and society". Also the DSS group participated in that event and we presented some of our results on speech in disturbed environments. The lecture took place on Thursday, 5th of May, in one of the lecture rooms in the Audimax building. After the talk, a nice, interesting (and for ...


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