voice recognition using dspic 30f5011

Started by siva...@gmail.com January 12, 2009
Hai everybody,

Greetings to all... Iam involved in a project wherein my robo needs to be controlled using voice. I have to use dspic microcontroller 30f5011. I need to record the voice into the microcontroller and then use the library to recognize the signal and take the respective action.

Have i selected the correct device and can anyone guide me with the project?

Thanks,
Siva

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> Have i selected the correct device and can anyone guide me with the
> project?

Siva

Probably you want a 30F or 33F for that task. Whether the 5011 is the
"right" one depends on how many I/Os you need, what you are thinking in
terms of power requirements etc. The good news is that if you decide you
need a more compact device, or more memory or more I/Os or whatever, you can
move to another device in the series with little or no software
modification.

It looks as if the 5011 is only available in TQFP so prototyping is a little
messier. If you don't need all those I/Os I would be tempted to use a
device with a DIP package for prototyping, but to a degree that depends on
what resources you have. If you have an Explorer 16 you might actually be
tempted to test with a device with still more legs. Microchip has some
pretty nice prototyping boards that plug into the Explorer 16. You wouldn't
want that for your final application, but for working out your logic you
might find it a shorter, if somewhat more expensive, path.

--McD
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Sent: Monday, January 12, 2009 2:32 PM
Subject: [piclist] voice recognition using dspic 30f5011
Hai everybody,

Greetings to all... Iam involved in a project wherein my robo needs to be
controlled using voice. I have to use dspic microcontroller 30f5011. I need
to record the voice into the microcontroller and then use the library to
recognize the signal and take the respective action.

Have i selected the correct device and can anyone guide me with the project?
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It has a DCI, so you can interface a codec.

Leon