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Subband Coding

1. 1. Subband Coding -09bit059 (Mihika Shah)
2. 2. Introduction• Vector quantization is used when the source output shows highdegree of clustering.• Scalar quantization is used when the source output is linear innature.• When the source has well defined characteristic then we can choosea particular compression scheme.• But in real world, most source exhibit a combination ofcharacteristics. So subband coding helps us to solve this problem.
3. 3. What is Subband Coding?• A Source output is decomposed into its constituents. And eachconstituent is encoded and decoded separately to improvecompression performance.• It separates the source output into bands of different frequencyusing digital filters.•Different filters are used like low pass filter or high pass filter.
4. 4. Filters• A system that blocks certain frequency components is called afilter.• Filters that only pass components below certain frequency f0 arecalled low pass filters.• Filters that block all components below certain frequency f0 arecalled high pass filters.• Filters that pass components that have frequency content abovecertain frequency f1 and below frequency f2 are called band passfilters.
5. 5. This is the most frequentlyused filter banks whichconsists of a cascade of stagesand each stage contains bothlow pass and high pass filter.
6. 6. Basic Subband Coding AlgorithmIt consists of three phases:1. Analysis2. Quantization and Coding3. Synthesis
7. 7. AnalysisFig-1. Block diagram of subband coding system
8. 8. (Contd…)• Source output is passed through either non-overlapping oroverlapping filters.• The range of frequencies at the output is less than the range offrequencies at the input to the filter.• The process of reducing the number of samples is calleddecimation or downsampling.• The amount of decimation depends on the ratio of the bandwidthof the filter output to filter input.•If the bandwidth of filter output is 1/M of the bandwidth of filterinput then the decimation will be of M.
9. 9. Quantization and Coding• Allocation of bits between the subbands is the main issue.• Bits are allocated according to the measure of information contentbetween subbands.• When the information content of bands is very different, bitallocation procedure has a significant impact.
10. 10. Synthesis• Quantized and coded coefficients are used for the reconstruction ofthe original signal.• From each subband, encoded samples are decoded at the receiver.• Decoded values are unsampled by inserting an appropriate numberof 0’s between samples.• The unsampled signals are passed through a bank of reconstructionfilters when the number of samples per second has been broughtback to the original rate.• Summation of the reconstruction filter gives the final reconstructedoutput.
11. 11. Applications• Speech Coding• Audio Coding• Image Compression
12. 12. (Contd…)• The Moving Picture Experts Group ( MPEG ) has proposed anaudio coding scheme which is based on subband coding.• There are three layers in which layer 1 and layer 2 both use abank of 32 filters. Input is splitted into 32 bands, each with thebandwidth of f/64, where f is the sampling frequency.• 32000 samples per second, 44100 samples per second and 48000samples per second are the allowable frequencies.
13. 13. Thank you
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