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Implementation of the automatic switching device for the voice communications between heterogeneous devices
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 Title & Authors
Implementation of the automatic switching device for the voice communications between heterogeneous devices
Lew, Chang-Guk; Lee, Bae-Ho;
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 Abstract
A radio is a half-duplex voice communication method using the PTT(: Push To Talk), occupy a single line calls during transmission. As an interface between the telephone and the radio, UHF and VHF, for voice communication between the different heterogeneous devices, A device automatically switches between the two devices is required. Therefore, in accordance with the performance of the voice switching apparatus for detecting a voice to be transmitted from an input signal, loss of the audio signal to be transmitted is subjected to Significant influence. Conventional method has the problem responding to noise by setting the level through simple means of amplitude of input signal, in other words, the energy level of the input signal. This paper, by using the audio signal processing techniques, this discriminated what the voice is among the input signal and substantiated a device for the automatic voice transmission between heterogeneous devices. With this proposal, I was confirmed of improvement of performance in the automatic voice switching device, could perform loss-less transmission of voice between heterogeneous devices.
 Keywords
VOX;VAD;PTT;Heterogeneous RADIO;
 Language
Korean
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