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Sensory's New Speech Recognition Microcontroller

The RSC-364, from the Interactive Speech family of products from Sensory Inc, is a 8-bit microcontroller suitable for highly accurate speech recognition.

The RSC-364 is a single chip solution that combines the flexibility of a microcontroller with advanced speech technology, including high-quality speech recognition, speech and music synthesis, speaker verification, and voice record and playback. Products can use one or all of the RSC-364 features in a single application.

The RSC-364 supports Sensory Speech 5.0, the latest speech recognition technology from Sensory. Sensory Speech 5.0 includes a number of new techniques that significantly improve recognition performance over previous versions. Using a sophisticated neural network technology, on-chip speech recognition algorithms reach an accuracy of greater than 97% for speaker independent recognition and greater than 99% for speaker-dependent recognition.

In addition to the improved performance, the RSC-364 provides further on-chip integration features, including a pre-amplifier, multiplier, watchdog timer, and 2.5kbytes of RAM. A complete system may be built with few additional parts other than a battery, speaker, microphone, and a few resistors and capacitors.

The company's Web site address is http://www.sensoryinc.com/.

[Reprinted with kind permission from Sensory Incorporated]
[Interactive Speech is a Trademark of Sensory Inc.]


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