Audience Debuts earSmart Voice Processor
Replicating the complex processing that occurs from the inner ear to the brain; Audience’s intelligent earSmart technology distinguishes and interprets sounds as people do naturally. When employed on a mobile device, the voice processor can enhance the user experience of all voice applications. It also can suppress the noise arising from both ends of the call.
The newly released earSmart eS310 system-on-chip delivers quality communications in 4G mobile phones and applications, improving call quality, VoIP, video calling, and more. Users can also enjoy a wideband HD voice experience, even over 2G and 3G networks with the e310.
Officials with the company claimed that the earSmart eS310 chip is their most comprehensive voice processing solution, bringing richer, life-like sound to mobile devices.
Based on a new hardware and systems architecture, the eS310 system-on-chip is the only voice processor that provides wideband non-stationary noise suppression across all usage modes, to remove noise from both ends of a mobile call, and deliver clear conversations for both the user and their calling party.
Combined with other voice enhancement features, the eS310 chip significantly increases voice quality and performance for the latest mobile communications applications, from speakerphone to video chat, for smartphones and tablets.
Some of the features and benefits of the e310 are: Wideband and Narrowband Noise Suppression which can bring down both wideband stationary and non-stationary background noise and works on all mobile models and apps; Wideband Handheld Speakerphone Non-Stationary Noise Suppression which provides non-stationary noise suppression for handheld speakerphone applications; Personalization and Accessibility which allows users to preset various profile based on their personal requirements; and Unique Sound Optimization which offers maximum loudness without distortion for small internal mobile device speakers; and more.
The company added that the earSmart eS310 voice processor is provided in a highly compact 3.5mm x 3.5mm, BGA (0.4mm pitch) package that can fit any handset style or design and easily integrates into existing mobile phone architectures.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein