ROM-based G.729 solution

Started by Nikolaj K. March 8, 2004
We need to implement G.729 decoding/encoding in an embedded design for our
Master Thesis . We would prefer a ROM-based solution for the G.729 part.

We've been eyeing the Voicepump VP1xx-series which is ROM-based, however
DSPG won't support our effort to use their products.

Any ideas to other manufacturers that produce ROM-based G.729 chipsets?

Best regards
Nikolaj

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If you want to write me put "dk" instead of "invalid" in my address


Try OKI.  http://www.okint.com/voip/bmg.shtml


Nikolaj K. wrote:

> We need to implement G.729 decoding/encoding in an embedded design for our > Master Thesis . We would prefer a ROM-based solution for the G.729 part. > > We've been eyeing the Voicepump VP1xx-series which is ROM-based, however > DSPG won't support our effort to use their products. > > Any ideas to other manufacturers that produce ROM-based G.729 chipsets? > > Best regards > Nikolaj >
Oops

http://www2.okisemi.com/us/docs/Intro-3145.html

Dan Ash wrote:

> Try OKI. http://www.okint.com/voip/bmg.shtml > > > Nikolaj K. wrote: > >> We need to implement G.729 decoding/encoding in an embedded design for >> our >> Master Thesis . We would prefer a ROM-based solution for the G.729 part. >> >> We've been eyeing the Voicepump VP1xx-series which is ROM-based, however >> DSPG won't support our effort to use their products. >> >> Any ideas to other manufacturers that produce ROM-based G.729 chipsets? >> >> Best regards >> Nikolaj >>
> http://www2.okisemi.com/us/docs/Intro-3145.html > > >> We need to implement G.729 decoding/encoding...
Thanks, this looks very promising. I'll try to obtain some for our project. I'm still interested in other ROM-based g.729 alternatives in case the above isn't obtainable. Anyone? Best regards Nikolaj -- If you want to write me put "dk" instead of "invalid" in my address