EURASIP Journal on Applied Signal Processing
This paper addresses the problem of reconstructing wideband speech signals from observed narrowband speech signals. The goal of this work is to improve the perceived quality of speech signals which have been transmitted through narrowband channels or degraded during acquisition. We describe a system, based on linear predictive coding, for estimating wideband speech from narrowband. This system employs both previously identified and novel techniques. Experimental results are provided in order to illustrate the system’s ability to improve speech quality. Both objective and subjective criteria are used to evaluate the quality of the processed speech signals.
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Fuemmeler, Jason A.; Hardie, Russell C.; and Gardner, William R., "Techniques for the Regeneration of Wideband Speech from Narrowband Speech" (2001). Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Publications. 75.