Knowles Presents High-Performance Audio Solutions

Jan. 17, 2023
Vibration sensors and TWS headsets lend themselves to consumer and aerospace applications.

This video appeared in Microwaves & RF and has been published here with permission.

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In the Knowles suite at CES 2023, Senior Apps Engineer Nikolay Skoborodnikov gives Senior Editor David Maliniak a look at several innovative Knowles product launches:

  • The V2S200D voice vibration sensor delivers clear voice-call quality in noisy environments. It isolates the low-frequency vibrations of the body and filters out, for example, wind noise, and then blends the high- and low-frequency captures to provide superior intelligibility, if not a high-fidelity rendering.
  • The Titan (digital) and Falcon (analog) microphones for true wireless stereo (TWS) headsets offer improved ambient noise cancellation (ANC) and transparency-mode functionality by removing some of the high-frequency hiss that often plagues such headsets.
  • The Robin (analog) and Cornell II (digital) microphones provide the highest-quality audio recording fidelity on consumer devices. Here, we're talking about the difference between 10% and 1% total harmonic distortion (THD).
  • A demonstration of a smart washing-machine control panel fitted with voice control incorporates Knowles' AISonic audio edge processor and SiSonic microphone array. Implementation on a Raspberry Pi means easy integration for OEMs.

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