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New Methods of Intelligent Filtration and Coding of Audio
New intelligent methods for reduction of noise and disturbances that can originate in a telecommunication channel are proposed and examined. Typical audio signals of a telephone channel were perceptually coded and, at the same time, intelligently filtered out. Some details of the elaborated algorithms are presented, and the results of experiments are discussed.
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