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Amplitude Modulatios in speech
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- Subject: Amplitude Modulatios in speech
- From: ajith kumar <ajith_uppunda@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2005 09:15:19 -0800
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One way to describe a speech signals is as a summation of a number of amplitude modulated narrow frequency bands. There are many reports showing that these modulations are important for perception of speech. I would like to know if the transition portions of the CV is lengthened what happens to these modulations (Does the modulation frequency and deapth changes?)?
Mr.Ajith Kumar U
Department of Audiology,
All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Naimisham Camppus,
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