A secure voice system with bandwidth reduction
Baca, Fidel L.
Haga, William J.
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The need for secure voice communication systems is increasing both in the civil and military arenas. Coupled with this is the need for conserving bandwidth, increasing performance, and reducing costs. Currently used secure voice methods are relatively antiquated and do not provide desired performance and bandwidth conservation without incurring increasing costs. A new system, proposed herein offers bandwidth reduction, increased performance, and decreasing costs while using modern digital techniques as opposed to analog techniques. The proposed system, known as VOCOM, operates in exisitng voice bandwidths using existing equipment, and offers a higher level of privacy and security while at the same time simplifying software handling. Additionally, the proposed system offers the user real-time operation to enhance critical decision-making
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