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Wrap-up Session Conclusions for Session 5
Remarks The first ITU-T Focus Group FITCAR produced a specification now approved as ITU-T as P. 1100, for Handsfree terminals in narrow-band speech. The new ITU-T Focus Group CARCOM is dedicated to Wideband speech (100 Hz-7 k. Hz). Results expected by October 2009. Moving from Narrow-band (NB) to Wideband (WB) is not only to increase the bandwidth but to ensure real better quality for the users, which include improvements in the whole communication chain including terminals. Specific enhancements are needed for car environments, but these enhancements may also be needed for other situations. So, some specifications could be re-used in standards.
Conclusions / Recommendations (1/2)
Conclusions / Recommendations (2/2) On-going wideband deployement but wide. Band speech applications shall provide real superior speech quality, in order to satisfy users' expectations. Importance to develop standards ensuring fine interoperability between Narrowband Wideband, without reducing significantly the speech quality in Wideband (eg implementation of bandwidth extension applications). Speech recognition. Few standards in this field; however, is there a need to develop specifications on acoustical interfaces and noise cancellation, to improve the performance of speech recognition?