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August 27, 2011

Vowel Voice Decoder System

at 12:05 am. Filed under Complex Hacks, Computer Hacks, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


Annie (Wei) Dai from Cornell University sent in this Vowel Voice Decoder System she did for the ECE 4760 Class.

“The audio input is sampled through a microphone/amplifier circuit and analyzed in real time using the Mega644 MCU. The user can record and analyze his/her speech using both hardware buttons and custom commands through PuTTY. In addition, the final product also supports a simple voice password system where the user can set a sequence of vowels as password to protect a message via PuTTY. The message can be decoded by repeating the same sequence via the microphone.”


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2 Responses to “Vowel Voice Decoder System”

  1. jinglejoe Says:

    Never have I heard such a beautiful girl talk so nerdy.
    Two main questions I want to ask her: Is she single? Does she like mad scientists?

  2. trouble Says:

    Wow, That’s great idea.

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