Speech Recognition IC (voice control of circuits)

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by midevilone@thekingdom.org, Feb 7, 2005.

  1. Guest

    I am interested in an IC that can accept spoken commands to control
    circuits.

    Can anyone help?

    please post part numbers (and/or links)

    Thanks
    , Feb 7, 2005
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  2. Robert Guest

    <> wrote in message
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    >I am interested in an IC that can accept spoken commands to control
    > circuits.
    >
    > Can anyone help?
    >
    > please post part numbers (and/or links)
    >
    > Thanks


    TI has DSPs that do this. Don't know if you want to go that route.

    TI link (look under voice processing)
    http://focus.ti.com/catalog/docs/applicationsoftwarehome.tsp?templateId=5681&navigationId=9426

    A company that uses TI chips to do this for embedded world and sells to Toy
    makers:
    http://www.sensoryinc.com/html/company/news.html

    Phillips has a low cost chip solution for that:
    http://www.futurlec.com/News/Philips/SpeechChip.html

    " The Hello IC is able to interpret the equivalent of up to 100 words with
    up to 50 words active at a time and features continuous connected word
    recognition, enabling the user to give whole sentences of instructions. The
    Speech Processing software - VoCon - which is stored on the chip and
    requires no external memory, also features noise cancellation software
    enabling the Hello IC to work in situations where background noise could
    otherwise affect voice recognition, such as in a car with an open window. "

    And a TechOnline article on an Academic system that does that at:
    http://www.techonline.com/community/ed_resource/tech_paper/37156


    Google for "speech recognition" and IC

    Or "voice recognition" and IC and you should get plenty of hits.

    Robert
    Robert, Feb 10, 2005
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  3. Guest

    The Radio Shack chip was called the VCP200 by Motorola. They are no
    longer available.

    The TI chips can handle text to speech and speech recognition but you
    would have to buy third party software for your application.

    The Sensory Chips are a good option but require expensive development
    kits and lots of custom coding.

    The Phillips chips never really made it into production as far as I can
    tell. It is not available.

    Haven't read the paper but it looks like a custom designed solution.

    My conclusion is that sensory is the best option but only if you plan
    on doing production runs not if you're a hobbiest. Other than that,
    there is no hobby level speech recognition IC on the market.

    Ken
    www.speechchips.com
    , Mar 9, 2005
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