Voice Quality in Packet Voice Telephony: A Review

Wednesday, May 11th, 2005 at 6:00 PM

TI Auditorium

    

Session Abstract:This talk begins with an overview of packet voice telephony. The key facets of this technology are also briefly presented.
We then focus on voice quality and examine some of the different governing factors. We primarily consider the signal processing layer in this talk, since this layer is generic and is hardly affected by the actual packet voice transport medium. The impact of functions such as voice codecs, silence suppression, echo cancellation, packet loss concealment, etc. is discussed.
A few trends for the future are highlighted.

Speaker: Krishna V V

Bio: Krishna (V V K) is a Principal Solutions Architect in the DSP Products Division at LSI Logic in Milpitas. He holds a Ph.D. from Indian Institute of Science (IISc) followed by over 18 years of industrial R&D exposure. Prior to LSI Logic, he has worked in Bangalore, India at IISc, Bharat Electronics, Ncore technology (now renamed as Encore Software) and Signion Systems. He is a member of IEEE Signal Processing and Communication Societies. His primary interests include adaptive filters and their applications.

Title: Voice Quality in Packet Voice Telephony: A Review