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Hi Guys,

I'm trying to do my first voice recognition project, so I picked up 2 different microphones as well as BitVoicer.

I was trying to get geetech's voice module up and running : http://www.geeetech.com/wiki/images/6/69/Voice_Recognize_manual.pdf

The wiki talks about using a serial port to program the board and gives hex keys for doing so. I have no idea where to begin, or what type of coms port to use to communicate in this fashion? Also, what type of program should I use to send the commands? Something like hyperterminal?

Any help shedding some light on this is appreciated smiley
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Did you already program the 15 voice instructions per the manual?

you then need a sketch that will read the transmissions from the module via serial. 

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That's what I'm trying to do right now.  Apparently, I need the USB-TTL board to communicate via the usb port with the voice module board? I'm not really sure?  I think the USB-TTL board is the red board below, which I'm not sure it came with...

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Just checked my amazon order.  Of course it didn't come with the USB to RS232 TTL board  smiley-confuse

Is the USB-TTL board required to program the voice board, or is there another way I can communicate with the voice board? I tried using the serial monitor from arduino, but it didn't work...
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