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The Atlantic Audio Demonstration Equipment

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The Advanced Communications Technologies and Services (ACTS) Atlantic project has developed demonstration equipment that addresses the problems caused by cascaded bit-rate reduction. The first area of application is a continuity or presentation suite involving MPEG 1 Layer II decoders and encoders using the audio mole to provide very nearly transparent cascading. The second is a postproduction system using central servers and common object request broker architecture (CORBA) for network control.

JAES Volume 48 Issue 1/2 pp. 106-108, 110-112, 114-118; February 2000
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