MEMS Mics Offer High SNR, Low Power

Synaptics showcases its AudioSmart solution for Amazon Voice Services using InvenSense high performance MEMS microphones. The ICS-40212 and ICS-40720 analog output and the ICS-41350 PDM digital output MEMS microphones are approved for use with the Synaptics AudioSmart AVS solution. These microphones offer high SNR and very low power at a frequency bandwidth up to 20 kHz. The TDK and Synaptics technology combined are enabling smart speakers, home hubs, and Internet of Things (IoT) applications to achieve their full potential. Key applications include:

 

ICS-40212:

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  • Home Speakers
  • IoT Devices
  • Smartphones, Tablets, Smart Watches
  • Wearables, Activity Monitoring
  • Always-on Listening

ICS-40720:

  • Home Speakers
  • Teleconferencing Systems
  • Digital Still and Video Cameras
  • Security and Surveillance
  • Microphone Arrays
  • Voice Control and Activation

ICS-41350:

  • Home Speakers
  • Smartphones, Tablets, Notebook PCs
  • Microphone Arrays
  • Cameras, Bluetooth Headsets
  • Security and Surveillance
  • Always-on Listening

Main Spec:

• High SNR ICS-40720 70dBA

• Low power in standard mode, very low power mode for always-on listening

• 20kHz bandwidth

• Very tight matching for array processing

 

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