正確にはContinuously Variable Slope Delta Modulationで、音声を符号化する手法で体表的なものです。
Continuously variable slope delta modulation
(2) VCO Block
Voltage controlled oscillator, which outputs a sinusoid of a frequency that is a function of the input voltage. The input is float stream of control voltages and the output is a float oscillator output.
(3) CSVD Encoder block
Continuously variable slope delta modulation (CVSD or CVSDM) is a voice coding method. It is a delta modulation with variable step size.
The incoming samples are compared against a reference sample and step size. If the input sample is larger than reference sample the encoder emits one and adds step size to the reference sample and if it is smaller the encoder outputs zero and subtracts step size from the reference sample.
Common bit-rates are 9.6-128 kbit/s
The CVSD encoder performs interpolation and filtering necessary to work with the voice coding. It converts an incoming float (-/+1) to a short, scales it slightly below the maximum value, interpolates it and then vocodes it.
The incoming sampling rate can be anything, though, of course, the higher the sampling rate and the higherthe interpolation rate are, the better the sound quality.
(4) CSVD Decoder block
Continuously variable slope delta modulation decoder reverses the process of the CVSD Encoder. The sequence of adjusted reference samples are the reconstructed waveform.
The CVSD Decoder performs decimation and filtering necessary to work with the vocoding. It converts an incoming CVSD-encoded short to a float, decodes it to a float, decimates it, and scales it slightly below the maximum value to avoid clipping.
(5) Packed to Unpacked block
It converts a stream of packed bytes or shorts to stream of unpacked bytes or shorts. The Endianness is Big Endian which means the MSB byte is the first stored in smallest address. The input is stream of unsigned char and the output is stream of unsigned char.
a. Original Spectrum and Waveform
b. Encoded Spectrum and Waveform
c. Decoded Spectrum and Waveform