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Technology described as the ‘future of wireless sound’ allows engineers to enhance the sound quality and power consumption of wireless audio products
In this episode, we talk about why minimization of speakers and energy storage devices is crucial for the next generation of electronics and medical devices.
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have boosted the sensitivity of their atomic radio receiver a hundredfold by enclosing the small glass cylinder of cesium atoms inside what looks like custom copper “headphones.”
MIT engineers have developed a paper-thin loudspeaker that can turn any surface into an active audio source.
A hoverfly's vision system serves as the basis for this acoustic drone detection and tracking approach
Having proven that a biologically-inspired model based on a hoverfly's vision system can boost the signal-to-noise ratio of imagery, a team of researchers has now applied it to sound — as a means of detecting and tracking small drones earlier and more accurately.
Bluetooth 5’s benefits are about much more than increased speed and extended range. Low energy advertising extensions are also a major enhancement.
People living with disabilities don't want special treatment; they want equal opportunity. The ability to act independently of, and at the same time connect with, others when moving, communicating, learning, working, and socializing.
Despite specific industries experiencing slowdowns caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, projections in the Bluetooth technology market are optimistic through the remainder of 2021 and beyond.
USound MEMS loudspeakers can be evaluated in both acoustic domains: baffle and coupler conditions.
In this article, we will demonstrate how MEMS-based microspeakers outperform the traditional voice coil-based microspeakers, and how manufacturers can benefit from a more reliable component to build more ergonomic and unique audio devices.
Most components in consumer electronics are silicon-based. The last component that is still manufactured traditionally is the loudspeaker — until now. Loudspeakers using USound MEMS technology offer a multitude of inherent advantages, compared to traditional ED or BA speakers.
Making the leap from “Smart” to “Useful”. Smart home devices will continue to increase their utility as the challenges of audio source classification are solved by audio edge processors specifically designed for advanced audio and machine learning applications.