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View Resource Voice Recognition

This article explains how speech recognition works. Today, when we call most large companies, a person doesn't usually answer the phone. Instead, an automated voice recording answers and instructs you to press buttons to move through option menus. Many companies have moved beyond requiring you to press buttons, though. Often you can just speak certain words (again, as instructed by a recording)...

View Resource PicoCricket

This is a good educational toy to get students interested in technology and electronics. The PicoCricket Kit is similar to the Lego® Mindstorms robotics kits. Mindstorms is designed especially for making robots, while the PicoCricket Kit is designed for making artistic creations with lights, sound, music, and motion. A PicoCricket is a tiny computer that can make things spin, light up, and play ...

View Resource How Stuff Works

This is a unique website that can answer your inner most technology questions about the way things work. Areas of interest include electronics, travel, auto, communication, food and more.

View Resource Optoelectronic Transmitter & Receiver

This page from Bart Van Zeghbroeck of the University of Colorado at Boulder explains optoelectronic transmitters/receivers. Components of the concept which are explained include signal transmission, electrical signal propagation and transmitter circuits and boards.

View Resource Photodiode

This Quicktime presentation explains the basics of the photodiode. Some concepts that are explained include the photodiode package, photodiode illumination, internal connections, photodiode chip, photon absorption and electron-hole pair generation.

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