Preliminary Investigation of Digital Speech Processor Hardware Implementations
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH LEXINGTON LINCOLN LAB
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The current Lincoln Digital Voice Terminal design, analyzed with the intent of improving cost and form factor, is found to be memory dominant. Custom LSI and hybrid packaging are evaluated as to potential impact on the current design. Semi-programmable architectures based on commercially available bipolar microprocessors are viewed as near term solutions to the inexpensive mass-producible narrow band voice terminal design problem.
- Computer Hardware
- Voice Communications