Optimized Multirate Wideband Speech Steganography for Improving Embedding Capacity Compared with Neighbor-Index-Division Codebook Division Algorithm

Authors

  • Akkireddy Mohan Kumar Reddy
  • Dr.R. Balamanigandan

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https://doi.org/10.47059/revistageintec.v11i2.1763

Abstract

Aim: The main motive of this study is to perform Adaptive Multi Rate Wideband (AMR-WB) Speech Steganography in network security to produce the stego speech with less loss of quality while increasing embedding capacities. Materials and Methods: TIMIT Acoustic-Phonetic Continuous Speech Corpus dataset consists of about 16000 speech samples out of which 1000 samples are taken and 80% pretest power for analyzing the speech steganography. AMR-WB Speech steganography is performed by Diameter Neighbor codebook partition algorithm (Group 1) and Neighbor Index Division codebook division algorithm (Group 2). Results: The AMR-WB speech steganography using DN codebook partition obtained average quality rate of 2.8893 and NID codebook division algorithm obtained average quality rate of 2.4196 in the range of 300bps embedding capacity. Conclusion: The outcomes of this study proves that the decrease in quality in NID is twice more than the DN based steganography while increasing the embedding capacities.

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2021-06-03

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