Speech to Text with Arduino

After doing a little research on speech to text with ardunio, it appears to be that it is not really sustainable as the processing speed is not capable of handling the conversion. However, is it possible for me to get speech using the ardunio motherboard, having that speech as the data and send that data to another device via wireless? That device (device 2) will then convert the data of speech to text and than the text is translated back to the other device (device 1).

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

However, is it possible for me to get speech using the ardunio motherboard, having that speech as the data and send that data to another device via wireless?

Probably not, because you're going to have trouble doing the analog-to-digital conversion and transmitting at the same time, and there's not enough memory to store the audio before pausing to transmit. That doesn't really take a ton of processing power, but it really helps to have some memory and an operating system to handle the multi-tasking.

...That sounds like a good application for a smart phone. A smart phone has a microphone, a display, and Wi-Fi, an operating system, and obviously enough processing power for analog-to-digital conversion and digital-to-analog conversion while transmitting & receiving at the same time.

DVDdoug:
...That sounds like a good application for a smart phone. A smart phone has a microphone, a display, and Wi-Fi, an operating system, and obviously enough processing power for analog-to-digital conversion and digital-to-analog conversion while transmitting & receiving at the same time.

Or if you want to skip the display or minimize it you could just use a Raspberry Pi. A smartphone might be overkill