The purpose of the class project is to use MATLAB to analyze a version of the CELP (Code-Excited Linear Prediction) vocoder called Adaptive CELP or ACELP. This version of the vocoder has been used in the so-called TDMA cellular phone standard or IS-136. The basic linear predictor vocoder has been described in Lecture #4 with CELP being a special case of this time-domain technique. Details of the ACELP vocoder can be found in  which is part of the package available to the students.
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