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\brief Low Power Profile Transposer,
#ifndef _LPP_TRANS_H
#define _LPP_TRANS_H
#include "sbrdecoder.h"
#include "qmf.h"
#define QMF_OUT_SCALE 8
/* Set MAX_ENVELOPES to the largest value of all supported BSFORMATs
by overriding MAX_ENVELOPES in the correct order: */
#define MAX_FREQ_COEFFS 48
#define MAX_FREQ_COEFFS_FS44100 35
#define MAX_FREQ_COEFFS_FS48000 32
#define MAX_GAIN_EXP 34
/* Maximum gain will be sqrt(0.5 * 2^MAX_GAIN_EXP)
example: 34=99dB */
/* Maximum gain will be sqrt(0.5 * 2^MAX_GAIN_CONCEAL_EXP) in concealment case (0dB) */
LPP Transposer
#define LPC_ORDER 2
#define SHIFT_START_SB 1 /*!< lowest subband of source range */
typedef enum
INVF_SWITCHED /* not a real choice but used here to control behaviour */
/** parameter set for one single patch */
typedef struct {
UCHAR sourceStartBand; /*!< first band in lowbands where to take the samples from */
UCHAR sourceStopBand; /*!< first band in lowbands which is not included in the patch anymore */
UCHAR guardStartBand; /*!< first band in highbands to be filled with zeros in order to
reduce interferences between patches */
UCHAR targetStartBand; /*!< first band in highbands to be filled with whitened lowband signal */
UCHAR targetBandOffs; /*!< difference between 'startTargetBand' and 'startSourceBand' */
UCHAR numBandsInPatch; /*!< number of consecutive bands in this one patch */
/** whitening factors for different levels of whitening
need to be initialized corresponding to crossover frequency */
typedef struct {
FIXP_DBL off; /*!< bw factor for signal OFF */
FIXP_DBL transitionLevel;
FIXP_DBL lowLevel; /*!< bw factor for signal LOW_LEVEL */
FIXP_DBL midLevel; /*!< bw factor for signal MID_LEVEL */
FIXP_DBL highLevel; /*!< bw factor for signal HIGH_LEVEL */
/*! The transposer settings are calculated on a header reset and are shared by both channels. */
typedef struct {
UCHAR nCols; /*!< number subsamples of a codec frame */
UCHAR noOfPatches; /*!< number of patches */
UCHAR lbStartPatching; /*!< first band of lowbands that will be patched */
UCHAR lbStopPatching; /*!< first band that won't be patched anymore*/
UCHAR bwBorders[MAX_NUM_NOISE_VALUES]; /*!< spectral bands with different inverse filtering levels */
PATCH_PARAM patchParam[MAX_NUM_PATCHES]; /*!< new parameter set for patching */
WHITENING_FACTORS whFactors; /*!< the pole moving factors for certain whitening levels as indicated
in the bitstream depending on the crossover frequency */
UCHAR overlap; /*!< Overlap size */
typedef struct
TRANSPOSER_SETTINGS *pSettings; /*!< Common settings for both channels */
FIXP_DBL bwVectorOld[MAX_NUM_PATCHES]; /*!< pole moving factors of past frame */
FIXP_DBL lpcFilterStatesReal[LPC_ORDER][(32)]; /*!< pointer array to save filter states */
FIXP_DBL lpcFilterStatesImag[LPC_ORDER][(32)]; /*!< pointer array to save filter states */
void lppTransposer (HANDLE_SBR_LPP_TRANS hLppTrans,
QMF_SCALE_FACTOR *sbrScaleFactor,
FIXP_DBL **qmfBufferReal,
FIXP_DBL *degreeAlias,
FIXP_DBL **qmfBufferImag,
const int useLP,
const int timeStep,
const int firstSlotOffset,
const int lastSlotOffset,
const int nInvfBands,
INVF_MODE *sbr_invf_mode,
INVF_MODE *sbr_invf_mode_prev
createLppTransposer (HANDLE_SBR_LPP_TRANS hLppTrans,
const int highBandStartSb,
UCHAR *v_k_master,
const int numMaster,
const int usb,
const int timeSlots,
const int nCols,
UCHAR *noiseBandTable,
const int noNoiseBands,
UINT fs,
const int chan,
const int overlap);
resetLppTransposer (HANDLE_SBR_LPP_TRANS hLppTrans,
UCHAR highBandStartSb,
UCHAR *v_k_master,
UCHAR numMaster,
UCHAR *noiseBandTable,
UCHAR noNoiseBands,
UCHAR usb,
UINT fs);
#endif /* _LPP_TRANS_H */