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Sound processor integrates RF noise removal function

Sound processor integrates RF noise removal function

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These special functions are designed to minimize noise introduced in electrical equipment when receiving phone calls, by over an order of magnitude.

The prevalent methods to perform volume and tone adjustment in sound processors during audio playback are digital and analogue. However, with digital systems there is some concern over essential sound quality degradation caused by bit drops during volume attenuation, making analogue the preferred method. 

The RF noise removal function for audio equipment cuts noise generated by incoming phone calls, along with an audio leakage prevention function that activates when power supplies connected to an external amp are turned Off.

 

Visit Rohm Semiconductor at www.rohm.com/eu

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