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low delay, code excited linear prediction (LD-CELP)

Low Delay, Code Excited Linear Prediction (LD-CELP) is an algorithm for voice compression in lines with a transmission rate of 16 kbit/s or a compression of 4:1, described in the ITU standard G.728. The procedure is characterized by low signal delay times, which are 625 ┬Ás. The speech quality determined by the MOS value, the Mean Opinion Score (MOS), can be described as very good and is 4.1.

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Updated at: 05.07.2011
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