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Method and device for coding transition frames in speech signals










Image Number 14 for United States Patent #8401843.

There is provided a transition mode device and method for use in a predictive-type sound signal codec for producing a transition mode excitation replacing an adaptive codebook excitation in a transition frame and/or a frame following the transition in the sound signal, comprising an input for receiving a codebook index and a transition mode codebook for generating a set of codevectors independent from past excitation. The transition mode codebook is responsive to the index for generating, in the transition frame and/or frame following the transition, one of the codevectors of the set corresponding to the transition mode excitation. There is also provided an encoding device and method and a decoding device and method using the above described transition mode device and method.








 
 
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