AMR WB+ (fixed point) Frame duration

Started by ranjeeta_sharma8 February 19, 2006
Hi all,

 I am trying to port AMR WB+ (fixed point Base line) to some platform. I
want to calculte MIPS consumption of the codec. I know, if it takes 'X'
million instructions per frame on the processor and 'T' is the frame
duration, then 

MIPS = X/T


I have the value of X with me.

Can any body tell me the frame duration of AMR WB+ Codec (whether it is
20ms or something else).

Thanks in advance..

Ranjeeta


"ranjeeta_sharma8" <ranjeeta.sharma81@gmail.com> writes:

> Hi all, > > I am trying to port AMR WB+ (fixed point Base line) to some platform. I > want to calculte MIPS consumption of the codec. I know, if it takes 'X' > million instructions per frame on the processor and 'T' is the frame > duration, then > > MIPS = X/T > > > I have the value of X with me. > > Can any body tell me the frame duration of AMR WB+ Codec (whether it is
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