Texas Instruments is now offering field-proven Telogy Software voice processing modules free to developers designing with C55x and C64x+ DSPs. Available in object code for the first time, TI says the robust set of voice and fax processing modules offer flexibility and shortened development time for designers of VoIP transcoding and gateway solutions.
Based on TI's field-proven Telogy Software, Voice Library Version 1.0 (VoLIB) and Fax Library Version 1.0 (FAXLIB) are available for the first time in object code for TI's TMS320C55x ultra-low power (ULP) and TMS320C64x+ digital signal processors (DSPs).
Combined with its DSP technology, TI says VoLIB and FAXLIB reduce product development time and provide an open environment for OEMs to differentiate their products with specific modules from the company's voice and fax libraries.
The voice processing modules augment the family of codecs already available to developers on TI's website. VoLIB modules include: ∑ Telogy Software Line Echo Canceller (ECU) ∑ Tone Detection Unit (TDU) ∑ Caller ID Detection/Generation (CID) ∑ Tone Generation Unit (TGU) ∑ Voice Activity Detection Unit (VAU) ∑ Noise Matching Functions ∑ Packet Loss Concealment (PLC) ∑ Voice Enhancement Unit (VEU)
APIs for each software module are documented in the download file and users can obtain additional information and support from TI's online user support forum. Members of TI's third party ecosystem, including Adaptive Digital Technology, AudioCodes, eInfochips and Surf Communications, can further enhance and provide integration support for VoLIB and FAXLIB users.
To download VoLIB and FAXLIB software visit http://www.ti.com/volibprtf.
(This article originally appeared on EE Times Europe.)