ON (News - Alert) Semiconductor recently unveiled a system-on-chip (SoC offering) called BelaSigna R262. Now, wideband single or dual-microphone noise will be considerably reduced in an assorted array of voice capture devices like phones, VoIP applications, webcams and tablet computers, and two-way radios with the latest SoC offering.
An all-inclusive hardware and software offering is provided by BelaSigna R262. Inactive and active background and mechanical noise can be controlled quite successfully with the in-built voice capture and noise diminution technology incorporated in BelaSigna R262. Voice lucidity and precision is further enhanced particularly in difficult deafening environments. BelaSigna R262, with its features like complete eight kilohertz bandwidth wideband voice capture for VoIP communication, de-reverberation capability and 360-degree voice pickup, is therefore perfect for discussions, telephone and speaker enabled applications.
In a statement, Michel De Mey, senior director for Portable Audio Products, ON Semiconductor said, “BelaSigna R262 is a unique, drop-in solution for communication devices that pose the most complex voice management design challenges. With ever-increasing customer expectations regarding voice clarity and noise management – particularly in the rapidly-expanding VoIP market – it is important that designers have access to technology like ON Semiconductor’s BelaSigna R262 to support them in offering compelling products that do not place restrictions on how and where clear and intelligible communications can take place.”
The simple BelaSigna R262 can be incorporated effortlessly, thereby eliminating the need for special tweaking, calibration or external parts. Voice is always captured by BelaSigna R262 irrespective of the auditory environment or the manner in which the handheld device is held during operation. Users are offered increased preferences regarding the model of the microphone and its position mainly due to the SoC’s unrestricted industrial design.
A digital signal processor or DSP, voltage regulators, phase-locked loop or PLL, level translator and memory have been incorporated into BelaSigna R262, which occupies an area of less than six sq mm. As the design process is simplified and accelerated engineers are able to fulfill the demanding goals related to size-reduction.
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Edited by Brooke Neuman