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Bob Ammerman wrote :

> The last time I looked at this (about 8 years ago) the big issue was
> getting the documentation to understand exactly how CVSD worked
> because finding a software-based implementation was very difficult.
> Now however, it seems to be supported by many open-source audio
> conversion programs, so their source code would probably provide
> a lot of help. 64Kbit/s CVSD actually sounds pretty good



And the last time I looked at this seriously was also about that time.
Now that micros are faster and big memory is cheaper, and I've a lot
more experience with PICs I think it's time to give it a proper go

The TMS3478, which I've used for the past dozen years, initially
controlled by the 16F84-10, is a self-contained little marvel. It has
everything mentioned in the two threads above in hardware, which
is a great help for learning how CVSD works

<05e101c8e810$407fb090$89aafea9@ivp1> 7bit

See also: www.piclist.com/techref/microchip/ios.htm?key=sound
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