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Per Riise Norway Local time: 15:18 Specializes in field Native speaker of: Norwegian PRO pts in category: 11
Takk, Per. Dette ser også ut til å stemme, men er ikke 100% sikker her, derfor 3 poeng, i tilfelle.
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Asker: I think you're right, Per. Here's an explantion of frequency inversion: "One of the most common scrambling methods used is frequency inversion. As the name suggests, this process takes the frequency of the input speech signal, and inverts it to provide a mirror image at a different frequency range" http://www.cescomm.co.nz/about/scrambling.html). Does this sound right?