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RealTek Shows New HiFi-based Codec with Software from Sensory and ForteMedia

Comments(0)Filed under: Tensilica, HiFi, audio, always-on, RealTek, voice recognition, ForteMedia, Sensory, microphone

Watch these demonstrations of RealTek's new ALC5677 audio codec - which uses HiFi EP running software from Sensory and ForteMedia.

In the above demo, Jason from RealTek shows how ForteMedia's iS620 noise processing software can be used for multi-microphone voice processing. iS620 dramatically improves the user experience in voice communication and voice recognition for smartphones. In this video, Jason is demonstrating the multi-microphone beam forming capability, which creates a highly directional sweet spot and rejects sound outside of it.  This is a highly effective technique to reduce the background noise when talking on a smartphone.


In the above demo, Jason from RealTek shows Sensory's voice trigger and voice command recognition. When he uses the trigger phrase, the system wakes up and can execute voice commands.


Paula Jones


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