Re: New feature for FLDIGI or N1MM


It would be possible to do this, but I doubt you'd do it with less than a powerful processor. 
Where i worked we used Nuance Speech Objects; they are the basis for the SIRI recognition engine at Apple. 
You'd have to build a recognition dictionary of commonly used ham radio words, the phonetic alphabet, perhaps even a few call signs you'd expect to hear.

Another alternative to Nuance's product is AT&T's Watson (yes, it has the same name as the IBM supercomputers).  I do not know if they would license it.

I have no idea what the per seat licensing charges would be.

Bob R - N7WY

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