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GSM_PRINT(3)		   Library Functions Manual		  GSM_PRINT(3)

NAME
       gsm_print -- GSM	06.10 supplementary function for debugging

SYNOPSIS
       #include	"gsm.h"	#include <stdio.h>

       int gsm_print(f,	g, frame);
       FILE * f;
       gsm    g;
       gsm_frame frame;

DESCRIPTION
       Gsm  is	an  implementation  of	the final draft	GSM 06.10 standard for
       full-rate speech	transcoding, a	lossy  speech  compression  algorithm.
       The  compressed	form  involves	76 variables with different numbers of
       significant bits	packed into 33 bytes.

       If you are interested in	 investigating	the  details  of  this	coding
       scheme,	gsm_print()  can  be  used  to dump the	contents of individual
       gsm_frames to a file pointer provided by	the application.

RETURN VALUE
       gsm_print() returns -1 if the frame is invalid, else 0.

EXAMPLE
       A single	frame looks like this:
       LARc:   29  32  20  11  08  05  06  07
       #1:     Nc 0040	  bc 0	  Mc 1	  xmaxc	60
	       06 04 00	03 03 06 04 02 02 04 05	04 01
       #2:     Nc 0045	  bc 1	  Mc 1	  xmaxc	48
	       03 07 01	03 04 04 07 01 03 02 04	05 03
       #3:     Nc 0091	  bc 1	  Mc 1	  xmaxc	46
	       00 03 03	07 01 06 02 04 05 03 03	02 04
       #4:     Nc 0120	  bc 0	  Mc 1	  xmaxc	47
	       07 03 06	00 03 03 06 05 00 03 02	07 04

BUGS
       Please direct bug  reports  to  jutta@cs.tu-berlin.de  and  cabo@cs.tu-
       berlin.de.

SEE ALSO
       gsm(3), gsm_explode(3)

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