|Package | PIN:||PBS | 32|
|Temp:||I (-40 to 85)|
- 2.7-V to 3.3-V Operation
- Designed for Analog and Digital Wireless Handsets and Telecommunications Applications
- Two Differential Microphone Inputs
- Differential Earphone Outputs and One Single-Ended Earphone Output
- Earphone and Microphone Mute
- Programmable Transmit, Receive, and Sidetone Paths With Extended Gain and Attenuation Ranges
- Programmable for 15-Bit Linear Data or 8-Bit Companded (u-law and A-law) Mode
- Supports PCM Clock Rates of 128 kHz and 2.048 MHz
- Pulse Density Modulated (PDM) Buzzer Output
- On-Chip I2C Bus, Which Provides Simple, Standard, Two-Wire Serial Interface With Digital ICs
- Dual-Tone Multifrequency (DTMF) and Single-Tone Generator Capable of Up to 8-kHz Tone With Three Selectable Resolutions of 7.8125 Hz, 15.625 Hz, and 31.25 Hz
- 2-Channel Auxiliary Multiplexer (MUX) (Analog Switch)
- Capable of Driving 32 Speaker
- Programmable Power Down Modes
- Pin Compatible to the TLV320AIC1103 and TLV320AIC1109 Devices for TQFP Only
- Available in a 32-Pin Thin Quad Flatpack (TQFP) Package and MicroStar Junior BG
- Digital Handset
- Digital Headset
- Cordless Phones
- Digital PABX
- Digital Voice Recording>
These options are available on some devices. Please see the table of comparison for the last two generations of PCM codecs.
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Texas Instruments TLV320AIC1110PBS
The TLV320AIC1110 provides extended gain and attenuation flexibility for transmit, receive, and sidetone paths. A differential earphone output is capable of driving speaker loads as low as 8 for use in speaker phone applications. The single tone function on the TLV320AIC1110 generates a single tone output of up to 8 kHz. The resolution of the DTMF tone is also selectable to 7.8125 Hz, 15.625 Hz, or 31.25 Hz through the interface control. The analog switch provides more control capabilities for voice-band audio processor (PCM codec).