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Speech Recognition using DSP

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vishnu.mthss

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Hi,

Firstly, thanks for the time your spend on this thread.

Scenario at hand: I want to build a remote controlled toy-car: instead of a joystick in the remote, i need it to voice enabled. 6 predefined instructions (start, stop, front, back, left, right) from any of 2 persons only should be authenticated by the remote controller.

Is it possible to do this with TMS320C6713, or any such DSP for the speech processing part and a regular PIC for maneuvering the car?

Maximum delay is 2s from having spoken the command to the response of the toy-car.
I need to know if the DSP will have enough prowess to all the processing.

In addition to this, I want the communication to be wireless. I am planning to use a transceiver pair; will it work fine with the DSP and PIC?

Please reply at your convenience.
 

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