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Explore our portfolio of audio analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) for high performance in smart home and automotive applications. With integrated features enabling simplified designs, our audio ADCs can help your system overcome environmental challenges and improve the performance of voice capture and voice command functionality.

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Applications that use voice capture or voice commands face a variety of environmental challenges that can impede their ability to perform properly.  While state-of-the-art speech recognition systems perform reasonably well in close-proximity microphone conditions, performance degrades in noisy environments and in conditions where the microphone is far from the user.

Learn about the most common challenges faced by voice capture applications, and see how those challenges can be substantially reduced with high-performance audio ADCs.

Featured audio ADCs

PCM6240-Q1

Automotive 4-ch audio ADC with integrated programmable mic bias, boost and input diagnostics

TLV320ADC5140

Quad-channel 768-kHz Burr-Brown™ audio analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with 120-dB SNR

PCM1820

Stereo-channel, 32-bit, 192-kHz, audio analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with 113-dB SNR

Technical resources

PurePath™ Studio graphical development environment

PurePath™ Studio graphical development environment is a powerful, easy-to-use tool designed specifically to simplify software development for audio products with a miniDSP/ audio processing capability

PurePath™ Console graphical user interface (GUI)

PurePath™ Console GUI is a highly integrated, easy-to-use audio development suite designed specifically to simplify the evaluation, configuration and debug process associated with audio products