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(keitai-l) Re: voice in data out?

From: Henry Minsky <hqm_at_ai.mit.edu>
Date: 07/18/01
Message-Id: <5.0.2.1.2.20010718070752.021a51b0_at_pop.ai.mit.edu>
My D209i phone supports voice dialing, or actually you can teach it voice
commands and map them to commands on the phone's firmware.  But it doesn't
work with the  imode browser, and it doesn't send the voice data to a 
server over the network, it does all
the processing locally in the phone. Works pretty decently though.







At 04:48 PM 7/17/01 +0530, you wrote:
>Hi,
>  Are there any devices out there that supports conversion of voice to text
>on the phone.
>I was wondering about the possibility of using Voice for data input but have
>text/images as output and the looks like the possibilities are
>
>1. The phone should be able to send voice to a "voice to text" converter on
>a server and should be able to switch to data mode to receive data that the
>server will send back. Doesn't seem like the phone can support voice and
>data on the same connection..so this seems doubtful.
>
>2. The phone supports "voice to text" on the device and there is
>programmatic access to this feature. The connection remains data throughout.
>
>3. The voice is send over a VoIP kind of mechanism to a "voice to text"
>converter on the server, and the server sends back data in some other form.
>(since the other end is not a human listener, i guess there can be
>compromises on latency, delay etc.). Difference between this and the first
>is that - here the connection remains a data connection throughout, where as
>in the first case the request is a voice connection and the response is over
>a data connection.
>
>Are any of these possible? Any ideas/pointers to related work?
>
>Thanks in advance.
>Rgds/Samal.
>
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Received on Wed Jul 18 01:04:11 2001