Low-Power Voice Activation

Document created by Lauren Percy Employee on Feb 2, 2016Last modified by Diana Torres on Apr 18, 2017
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Ultra-low standby and active power consumption and an on-chip voice engine (implemented using LPC54114 and Sensory software) enable always-on voice recognition in battery-operated devices. A wide range of applications, from mobile to wearables, home to office automation can be enabled with voice control.


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Ultra-low active power consumption and an on-chip voice engine of the LPC5411x MCU, with Sensory software enable always-on voice recognition in battery-operated devices. In a quiet environment the LPC54114 will consume less than 200uA while listening for voice activity.

 

NXP Recommends

LPC54114, Knowles microphones, Sensory voice triggering software

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