Nasr, MEM and Chakravarthy, CV (1984) Hybrid Adaptive Quantization for Speech Coding. In: IEEE Transactions on Communications, 32 (12). pp. 1358-1361.
This correspondence describes a new quantization technique called hybrid adaptive quantization (HAQ) that uses instantaneous ,  as well as syllabic  adaptation of the step size. Two types of instantaneous adaptive algorithms have been used-Jayant's adaptive quantizer (JAQ) and the incremental adaptive quantizer (IAQ). Computer simulations have been performed for a sine-wave, correlated Gaussian signal and digitized speech. Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) computation for PCM and DPCM coders indicates that the hybrid technique is superior to the normal adaptive quantizer, when both have the same ratio of maximum to minimum step size.
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|Date Deposited:||26 Jul 2005|
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