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Real-time speech compression with a VLSI vector quantization processor

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4 Author(s)
Davidson, G. ; University of California, Santa Barbara, CA ; Stanhope, T. ; Aravind, R. ; Gersho, A.

Vector Quantization is an attractive block coding scheme which allows more efficient use of a given channel capacity. The computational complexity of the codebook search, however, limits the practical applications of Vector Quantization -- especially in real-time situations. This paper presents a special purpose processing architecture which supports real-time search of large codebooks. The core of the computation required for a squared-error distortion measure is accomplished using a VLSI pattern matching chip. We describe a pipeline architecture which reduces the effective computation time for a single vector component to one period. The chip supports a selectable vector dimension of 2, 4, 8, or 8 and can be used with any codebook size consistent with the input vector rate and the chip's throughput. We have built and tested a 4-micron NMOS chip which supports up to four million squared-error distance calculations per second. We outline three approaches to real-time Vector quantization which use this chip to do the pattern matching: two waveform coding processors using Vector Pulse Code Modulation and Adaptive Vector Predictive Coding, and a novel approach to rapid codebook design.

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Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, IEEE International Conference on ICASSP '85.  (Volume:10 )

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Apr 1985

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