Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9
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1982
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Another Way to Record Sound
A Digital Speech Synthesizer, the S3610 LPC-10
AMERICAN MICROSYSTEMS INC.


A Digital Speech Synthesizer, the S3610 LPC-10

The S3610 speech synthesizer chip, shown here on a wafer, can store up to thirty-two words, or seventeen seconds' worth of speech, in its own 20K ROM (the large grid on the right). Hooked up to four separate 128K ROMs, its storage capacity can be boosted to seven minutes. Most of the circuits on the chip are used to decode information stored in the ROM and play it back. Actual size: 0.170 x 0.279 inches.

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