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**Chapter 17 DTMF generation and detection Dual Tone Multiple Frequency**

DSP C5000 Chapter 17 DTMF generation and detection Dual Tone Multiple Frequency

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**Learning Objectives DTMF signaling and tone generation.**

DTMF signal generation DTMF tone detection techniques and the Goertzel algorithm. Implementation of the Goertzel algorithm for tone detection on DSP

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Introduction Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) is a widespread used signalling system: telephone services use commonly key strokes for options selection DTMF is mainly used by touch-tone digital telephone sets which are an alternative to rotary telephone sets. DTMF has now been extended to electronic mail and telephone banking systems It is easily implemented on a DSP as small part of the tasks.

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DTMF Signaling In a DTMF signaling system a unique combination of two normalized frequency tones Two types of signal processing are involved: Coding or generation. Decoding or detection. For coding, two sinusoidal sequences of finite duration are added in order to represent a digit.

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**Dual tone Generation A key stroke on « 9 » will generate**

2 added tones, one at 852Hz low frequency and one at 1477Hz The 2 tones are Both audible.

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Tones Generation Dual tone generation can be done with 2 sinewave sources connected in parallel. Different method can be used for such implementation: Polynomial approximation Look-up table Recursive oscillator DTMF signal must meet certain duration and spacing requirements 10 Digits are sent per second. Sampling is done via a codec at 8Khz Each tone duration must be >40msec and a spacing of 50ms minimum between two digits is required

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**2 and 9 digit signal sequence**

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**DTMF generation implementation**

Tone generation of a DTMF is generally based on two programmable, second order digital sinusoidal oscillators, one for the low fl the other one for the high fh tone. Two oscillators instead of eight reduce the code size. Coefficient and initial conditions are set for each particular oscillation + + y(n) Low freq Z-1 + Z-1 + High freq Z-1 + Z-1

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**Digital oscillator parameters**

2 pole resonator filter with 2 complexe poles on the unit cercle (unstable) Output signal: Y(n)= -a1y(n-1)-y(n-2) Initial conditions: Y(-1)=0 Y(-2)=-A sin(w0) w0=2Pf0/fs f0 is the tone freq fs is the sampling freq

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C55 sine generator code Frames of data stream of 120 samples (15msec) long contain either DTMF tone samples or pause samples. The encoder is either in idle mode, not used to encode digits or active and generates DTMF tones and pauses The sine equation is implemented in assembly language: Mov a1/2, T1 ; coded in Q15 Mpym *AR1+,T1,AC0; ;AR1 y(n-1); AR y(n-2) sub *AR1-<<#16,AC0,AC ;AC1= a1/2*y(n-1)-y(n-2) Add AC0,AC1 ; AC1= a1*y(n-1)-y(n-2) ||delay *AR1 ;y(n-2)=y(n-1) Mov rnd(hi(AC1)),*AR1 ;y(n-1)=y(n) ; output signal pointer is AR1

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**Oscillator parameters at fs=8Khz**

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DTMF Tone Detection Goertzel algorithm is the more efficient detection algorithm for a single tone. To detect the level at a particular frequency the DFT is the most suitable method: The Goertzel algorithm is a recursive implementation of the DFT , 16 samples of the DFT are computed for 16 tones See DTMF.pdf file for a complete description

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**Goertzel Algorithm Implementation**

To implement the Goertzel algorithm the following equations are required: The only coefficient needed to compute output signal level is Cos(2pfk/fs)

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**Goertzel Algorithm Implementation**

Get N input samplex(n) Compute recursive part: Wk(n), n=0 to N-1 For 8 frequencies Calculate X2(k) for 8 freq Tests: Magnitude Harmonic Total Energy Output Digit

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**Goertzel Algorithm Implementation**

The value of k determines the tone we are trying to detect and is given by: Where: fk = frequency of the tone. fs = sampling frequency. N is set to 205. Then we can calculate coefficient 2cos(2**k/N).

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**Goertzel Algorithm Implementation**

Frequency k Coefficient (decimal) (Q15) 1633 42 0x479C 1477 38 0x6521 1336 34 0x4090* 1209 31 0x4A70* 941 24 0x5EE7* 852 22 0x63FC* 770 20 0x68AD* 697 18 0x6D02* N = 205 fs = 8kHz During fixed point implementation this will prevent overflow * The decimal values are divided by 2 to be represented in Q15 format (a1/2<1).

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**Goertzel Algorithm Implementation**

wn = x(n) - wn a1*wn-1; n<N-1 = sum prod1 Where: a1= 2cos(2k/N) and N=205 This gives 205 MACs+ 205 ADD The last computation gives the energy of the tone and is done with: 2 SQRS and one multiplication |Yk(N) |2 = Q2(N) + Q2(N-1) - a1*Q(N)*Q(N-1)

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**Goertzel Algorithm Implementation**

void Goertzel (void) { static short delay; static short delay_1 = 0; static short delay_2 = 0; static int N = 0; static int Goertzel_Value = 0; int I, prod1, prod2, prod3, sum, R_in, output; short input; short coef_1 = 0x4A70; // For detecting 1209 Hz R_in = mcbsp0_read(); // Read the signal in input = (short) R_in; input = input >> 4; // Scale down input to prevent overflow prod1 = (delay_1*coef_1)>>14; delay = input + (short)prod1 - delay_2; delay_2 = delay_1; delay_1 = delay; N++; if (N==206) prod1 = (delay_1 * delay_1); prod2 = (delay_2 * delay_2); prod3 = (delay_1 * coef_1)>>14; prod3 = prod3 * delay_2; Goertzel_Value = (prod1 + prod2 - prod3) >> 15; Goertzel_Value <<= 4; // Scale up value for sensitivity N = 0; delay_1 = delay_2 = 0; } output = (((short) R_in) * ((short)Goertzel_Value)) >> 15; mcbsp0_write(output& 0xfffffffe); // Send the signal out return; ‘C’ code This first implementation facilitates debugging

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**C54 assembly programme Goertzel tone detection routine**

;Assume input signal x(n) is read through an I/O port at address 100h ;Output level Y(k)2 is sent to a port at address 1001h ;Scratch RAM reservation .bss wn,2 ;w(n-1) andw(n-2) .bss xn,1 ; input signal xn .bss Y,1 ; tone Energy .bss alpha,1 ;coefficient storage ; Constant initialisation alphap .word 0x68ADh ; a2/2 coefficient value at fs=8khz ; (prog memory) N .set 205 ;value of N ;DSP modes initialisation SSBX FRCT ;Product shift for Q15 format SSBX SXM ;Sign extension during shift RSXB OVA ; no overflowmode for A and B RSXB OVB

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**C54 assembly programme ;Data pointers Initialisation**

LD #wn,AR2 ; AR2 is pointing w(n-1) LD #xn,AR1 LD #Y,AR4 LD #alpha,AR3 MVPD #alphap,*AR3 ;Move alpha value to data RAM RPTZ #1 ;Accumulator A=0 STL A,*AR2+ , w(0) and w(-1) are set to 0 MAR *AR2- ; AR2 is pointing w(n-2)

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**Algorithm Core STM #N-1,BRC ; repeat block number RPTB loop-1**

PORTR 100h,*AR1 LD *AR1,16,A ; AccH=x(n) SUB *AR2,16,A ;A=x(n)-w(n-2) MAC *AR2,*AR3,A ;A=x(n)-w(n-2)+alphaw(n-1) MAC *AR2,*AR3,A ;A=x(n)-w(n-2)+2alphaw(n-1) delay *AR2 ;w(n-2)=w(n-1) tap delay STH A,*AR2+ ;w(n-1)=w(n) tap delay Loop ;end of loop

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**Energy calculation LD *AR2,16,A ;A=w(N-1)**

MPYA *AR2- ;T=w(N-1) B=w(N-1)^2 MPY *AR2,A ;A=w(N)*w(N-1) LD *AR3,T ;T=alphap MPYA A ;A=alphap*w(N)*w(N-1) SUB A,1,B ; substract with a left shift to ;obtain 2alphap ; B=w(N-1)^2-2alphap*w(N)*w(N-1) LD *AR2,T ;T=w(N) MAC *AR2,B ;B=w(N-1)^2-2alphap*w(N)*w(N-1)+w(N)^2 STH *AR4 ;save to Y PORTW *AR4,101h ;copy output level

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**Universal Multifrequency Tone Generator and detector (UMTG)**

This software module developed by SPIRIT Corp. for the TMS320C54x and TMS320C55X platform It can be used into embedded devices for generating various telephone services used in intelligent network systems Or as a simple tone generator for custom applications It is fully compliant with TMS Algorithm standard rules See SPRU 639 and SPRU 638 AN

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**Follow on Activities Application 7 for the TMS320C5416 DSK**

Uses a microphone to pick up the sounds generated by a touch phone. The buttons pressed are identified using the Goerztel algorithm and their values displayed on Stdout. The frequency response of each Goertzel filter is given using Matlab.

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