Joint Source and Channel Coding for Internet Audio Transmission
Current popular Internet audio solutions impose a division between source coding (provided, for example, by MPEG Layer III) and channel coding, which is accomplished in the server by means of forward error-correction. We present a novel joint source and channel coder which provides packet loss recovery and continuous bitrate scalability.
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