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Extremal coding for speech transmission

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A digital coding and its application to speech transmission is described. The coder determines the amplitudes and times of sucessive extremes (relative maxima and minima) of the signal. This information is decoded at the receiver by interpolating a function between extremes so as to connect them smoothly and preserve the extremes of the original signal in the reconstructed wave, Thus, the coding is a nonlinear sampling technique. It is related to clipped speech encoding which effectively transmits only the times of the extremes. The properties of the coding for speech signals have been studied by digital simulation on an IBM 704 computer. Information rate, statistics of the extremes data, and quality of the resulting signal have been evaluated. The buffer size necessary to receive the randomly occurring data and transmit at a constant rate was measured.

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Information Theory, IRE Transactions on  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 3 )