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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

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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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