Televic Conference offers state of the art wired and wireless discussion systems, applications for simultaneous translation and electronic voting systems. Audio is key in our solutions. In some contexts (e.g. inside court rooms), an audio input needs to be 'scambled'. In this way the person is understood without revealing his/her identity.
The thesis consists out of two main parts:
1) study of audio scrambling algorithms and
2) implementing some of the selected algorithms onto a target platform.
Based on the selected algorithm, an implementation both onto an FPGA or an embedded processor can be considered.