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HEAD to highlight multichannel frontend, turntable at MWC

Feb. 2, 2018

Herzogenrath, Germany. HEAD acoustics announced it will be exhibiting at the Mobile World Congress February 26-March 1 in Barcelona. The company will highlight its labCORE all-new frontend platform, present its HRT I turntable, and describe other innovative measurement technology.

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The company describes labCORE as a modular multichannel front end for various applications. As customer demands for voice and audio quality are constantly increasing, products such as smartphones or IoT applications such as smart speakers must be tested on highest demands. With labCORE, the company offers a multichannel and versatile front-end platform. Its modularity, its wide selection of digital and analog inputs and outputs, and its programmable interfaces make labCORE the all-in-one solution for voice and audio quality measurements. Another highlight of the front end: Based on modular technology, new technologies can be added quickly and easily to ensure that labCORE is future-proof.

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With HRT I (HEAD acoustics Remote-operated Turntable), HEAD acoustics presents a high-precision turntable. HRT I enables users to perform orientation-dependent acoustic measurements. For example, with the help of the turntable mobile phones or conference systems can be rotated to specific angles at which the test object must be measured according to international measurement standards. The rotation unit of the HRT I offers a 360-degree rotation range, which can be approached in 0.1-degree steps. In addition, the adjusted angles can be reproduced with an accuracy of 0.02 degrees.

Speech recognition is another topic on the company will address at MWC. More and more applications rely on speech recognition for operation. With VoCAS (Voice Control Analysis System), HEAD acoustics provides a turnkey test solution for voice-control systems. The efficient and flexible software enables an objective and fast quality assessment of voice-control systems under realistic and reproducible test conditions.

http://www.head-acoustics.de/eng/index.htm

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