Speech Processing Laboratory
Karen L. Payton, Professor
11' X 17' not including the (8' X 9') Test Chamber
This laboratory is used to support undergraduate and graduate courses in Digital Speech Processing (when offered) and for research.
The research work conducted in this laboratory supports a Ph.D. student and consists of investigations related to speech intelligibility, particularly by hearing-impaired listeners. This work can be divided into three distinct areas.
- ECE 477 - Digital Processing of Speech Signals (when offered)
- ECE 601 - Master's Graduate Thesis
- ECE 646 - Digital Speech Processing (when offered)
- ECE 701 - Doctoral Dissertation Research
- (1) Computer (667 MHz Pentium III, 256M RAM, 20GB HD, 15" Monitor)
- (1) Hewlett-Packard LaserJet 4L Laser Printer
- (1) IAC single-walled Sound-Attenuating Chamber
- (1) Tektronix 2235 100 MHz Oscilloscope
- (1) Hewlett-Packard 3310 Function Generator
- (1) Hewlett-Packard 3478A Multimeter
- (1) Hewlett-Packard 5328A Frequency Counter