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What does PAC stand for?

PAC stands for Perceptual Audio Coder


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ClickRadio Inc has licensed Lucent Technologies' Enhanced Perceptual Audio Coder (ePAC) for use in its Internet-based digital radio service which is expected to launch later this month.
ClickRadio Inc has licensed Lucent Technologies' Enhanced Perceptual Audio Coder (ePAC) for use in its Internet-based digital radio service which is expected to launch later this month.
Dolby will demonstrate Advanced Audio Coding (AAC), which is a next-generation perceptual audio coder that uses advanced signal processing techniques and psycho-acoustic models to faithfully reproduce audio recordings at ultra-low data rates.
Lucent Technologies' famed research and development arm, Bell Labs, has been at the forefront of technology for the music industry for decades, with the introduction of sound for motion pictures in 1926; the invention of stereo recording in 1933; the invention of the transistor in 1947; the introduction of computer-synthesized music in the 1950s; the introduction of psychoacoustics in the 1960s; sub-band coding of audio in the 1970s; the introduction of linear predictive coding in the 1980s, and the Perceptual Audio Coder in the 1990s.
Lucent Technologies' famed research and development arm, Bell Labs, has been at the forefront of technology for the music industry for decades, with the introduction of sound for motion pictures in 1926; the invention of stereo recording in 1933; the invention of the transistor in 1947; the introduction of computer-synthesized music in the 1950s; the introduction of psychoacoustics in the 1960s; sub-band coding of audio in the 1970s; the introduction of linear predictive coding in the 1980s, and the Perceptual Audio Coder in the 1990s.