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Acoustic Controlled Robotic Vehicle

  title={Acoustic Controlled Robotic Vehicle},
  author={Praveen Blessington and M. Sagar Babu and Dhruva Kumar and I Naga Raju and N. Babu},
This paper presents a robotic vehicle that can be operated by the voice commands given from the user. Here, we use the speech recognition system for giving &processing voice commands. The speech recognition system use an I.C called HM2007, which can store and recognize up to 20 voice commands. The R.F transmitter and receiver are used here, for the wireless transmission purpose. The micro controller used is AT89S52, to give the instructions to the robot for its operation. This robotic car can… 

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