speech interpolation

speech interpolation

[′spēch ‚in·tər·pəl¦ā·shən]
(communications)
Method of obtaining more than one voice channel per voice circuit by giving each subscriber a speech path in the proper direction only at times when the subscriber's speech requires it.
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To minimize the 'clipping' effect caused by frame loss, some of the more advanced VoFR FRADs employ a lost speech interpolation technique that blends speech samples that precede and follow the lost frame(s) to mask the lost speech elements.

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