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A Dual-Channel Time-Spread Echo Method for Audio Watermarking

Abstract
This work proposes a novel dual-channel time-spread echo method for audio watermarking, aiming to improve robustness and perceptual quality. At the embedding stage, the host audio signal is divided into two sub signals, which are considered to be signals obtained from two virtual audio channels. The watermarks are implanted into the two subsignals simultaneously. Then the sub signals embedded with watermarks are combined to form the watermarked signal. At the decoding stage, the watermarked signal is split up into two watermarked subsignals. The similarity of the cepstra corresponding to the watermarked subsignals is exploited to extract the embedded watermarks. Moreover, if a properly designed colored pseudonoise sequence is used, the large peaks of its auto-correlation function can be utilized to further enhance the performance of watermark extraction.

Aim
To design Dual-Channel Time-Spread Echo Method using FPGA

Objective
The objectives of this works are, 1. Design of Dual-Channel Time-Spread Echo Method using VHDL 2. Functional verification of Dual-Channel Time-Spread Echo Method 3. Result analysis in terms of a. Area b. Power c. Speed

Tools to be used:
For functional simulation For synthesis and implementation Mentor Graphics ModelSim 6.5 or later Xilinx Incs Xilinx ISE 13.1or later version

For FPGA based implementation, the FPGA Details are,


Manufacturer Family FPGA Series Xilinx Spartan 3/Spartan 3E XC3S400PQ208/XC3S250EPQ208

For CPLD based implementation, the CPLD Details are,


Manufacturer Family CPLD Series Xilinx XC9500 XC9572-XL

HDL to be used:
VHDL/Verilog HDL

Project Report Details:


Soft copy of documents referred by our guide to do the project will be given to prepare the report.