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FED-STD-1016

1991 Edition, February 14, 1991

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TELECOMMUNICATIONS: ANALOG TO DIGITAL CONVERSION OF RADIO VOICE BY 4,800 BIT/SECOND CODE EXCITED LINEAR PREDICTION (CELP)



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This standard specifies interoperability-related requirements for the conversion of analog voice to a 4,800 bit/s digitized form for digital radio transmission by a method known as Code Excited Linear Prediction (CELP) and the reverse process, the synthesis of analog voice from 4,800 bit/s CELP-digitized voice. In addition to digital radio applications, CELP is also very suitable for encrypted telephone use and other applications wherein voice must be digitized prior to encryption.

This standard is to facilitate interoperability between radio telecommunication facilities and systems of the Federal Government.

This standard shall be used by all Federal departments and agencies in the design and procurement of all radio equipment employing 4,800 bit/s digitized voice.