The objective of this lab is to provide hands on experience in processing speech signals for extraction of information for various applications. Students will learn to process their own speech and listen to the processed speech to get a feel for effects of various signal processing operations on speech signals.
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- Senior undergraduate students
- Postgraduate students
- Research scholars
- Speech signal processing
This virtual lab on speech signal processing is to be used as a supplement to a parallel course on the same topic. It is not designed to be a complete course/tutorial by itself where a student can learn speech signal processing just by going through the designed experiments.
- A course on 'Basics of DSP' or 'Signal and Systems'.
- Operating system: GNU/Linux, MS Windows xp and above, Mac OS 10.6 and above
- Browser: Firefox 6+, Safari, Opera 10+
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Hardware pre-requisites (minimum)
- CPU: 1 GHz
- Memory: 1 GB
- Audio: Sound card with recording and playback options
- Audio: Speakers/headphones and microphone
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