celp9600(x,N,L,M,c,cb,Pidx) 
function [xhat,e,k,theta0,P,b] = celp9600(x,N,L,M,c,cb,Pidx)
% celp > 9600 bps CELP analyzer and synthesizer.
%
% [xhat,e,k,theta0,P,b] = celp9600(x,N,L,M,c,cb,Pidx)
%
% The function implements a 9600 bps CELP analyzer and synthesizer,
% if the speech signal is sampled at 8 kHz, the frame size N is 20 ms
% (160 samples), and the block duration L for the excitation sequence
% selection is 5 ms (40 samples). Furthermore, assume that the
% codebook has 1024 sequences which require 10 bit to send the index k,
% and that the lag of the pitch filter, P, is searched in the range 16
% to 160 which require 8 bit to represent exactly. Thus, the quantization
% procedure only affects the M = 10 LPC parameters (inverse sine) coded
% by 6 bits, the gain Theta0 coded by 7 bit, and the pitch filter coeff.
% b coded by 8 bit.
Nx = length(x); % Signal length.
F = fix(Nx/N); % No. of frames.
J = N/L; % No. blocks per frame.
% Initialize output signals.
xhat = zeros(Nx,1); % Synthesized signal.
e = zeros(Nx,1); % Excitation signal.
k = zeros(J,F); % Columns are excitation
theta0 = zeros(J,F); % parameters per frame.
P = zeros(J,F);
b = zeros(J,F);
ebuf = zeros(Pidx(2),1); % Vectors with previous excitation
ebuf2 = ebuf; bbuf = 0; % samples.
Zf = []; Zw = []; Zi = []; % Memory hangover in filters.
for (f=1:F)
%fprintf(1,'... Frame no. %g out of %g.\n',f,F);
n = (f1)*N+1:f*N; % Time index of current speech frame.
[kappa,kf,theta0f,Pf,bf,ebuf,Zf,Zw] = celpana(x(n),L,M,c,cb,Pidx,bbuf,...
ebuf,Zf,Zw);
sigma = 2/pi*asin(kappa);
sigma = udecode(uencode(sigma,6),6);
kappa = sin(pi/2*sigma);
theta0 = udecode(uencode(theta0,7,0.2),7,0.2);
b = udecode(uencode(b,8,1.4),8,1.4);
[xhat(n),ebuf2,Zi] = celpsyn(cb,kappa,kf,theta0f,Pf,bf,ebuf2,Zi);
% Output excitation signal and parameters for current frame.
e(n) = ebuf(Pidx(2)N+1:Pidx(2));
k(:,f) = kf;
theta0(:,f) = theta0f;
P(:,f) = Pf;
b(:,f) = bf; bbuf = bf(J); % Last estimated b used in next frame.
end

