DIGITAL VOICE MEMORY FOR BASE STATIONS STATUS REPORTING
Original Publication Date: 1997-Jun-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-May-22
Today's base station architectures are mainly based on digital signal processing (DSP) tech- niques. The receiver back-end, the exciter front-end and the complete audio processing is often realized in DSP hardware and software. The introduction of this new technology in communication equipment is forced by rapidly falling prices compared to analog technologies. Whereas the prices for DSP compo- nents are falling linearly over time the prices for analog components tend to decrease much slower.