voice digitization

voice digitization

[′vȯis ‚dij·əd·ə′zā·shən]
(electronics)
The conversion of analog voice signals to digital signals.
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Through voice digitization, this new platform helps to ensure audio input clarity and the elimination of system inherent electrical noise.
As a comparison, it is possible to package an HF radio with high-speed data, automatic link establishment (ALE), 800-Hz LPC voice digitization, encryption, and a frequency-hopping controller--all in a shoebox-size case.
With the emergence of VoIP as a major force in telecommunications, system designers are no longer constrained by the restrictions of traditional voice transmission and are turning more and more to linear voice digitization.
We recognize that the performance of speech applications depends on total audio input clarity, and USB technology helps ensure audio input clarity with the quality of its voice digitization and immunity to electrical noise.
Dialogic, an Intel subsidiary and a global leader in IP telephony hardware, is a strategic partner to VoIP Group, supplying it with the voice digitization boards crucial for high quality duplex voice transmission and reception.
Interline Phone' comprises voice digitization and compression and Internet transmission technology, together with a global call management and inter-member financial settlement facilities and delivers a comprehensive VoIP solution.
This type of project provides us with the opportunity to seamlessly integrate our voice digitization and compression technology with third-party products," says Murton.
OzEmail Phone comprises voice digitization and compression, and Internet transmission technology together with a global call management and inter-member settlement facility.
Special mezanine boards support an SMC-based 10BaseT Ethernet adapter and a Rockwell-based Fax/Data modem with voice digitization capabilities.
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