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Does TI have conference speaker and microphone reference design?

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Does Ti have solution for conference speaker and microphone in large conference room? the room size is about 7*10 sq meters

Thanks

  • Hello and thank you for you interest in Texas Instruments and TI Designs. In looking at your question, I would like to ask if you have any additional information that you are looking for such that we can possibly better determine if we have a solution that fits your needs. Our TI Designs are set up to be sub-system solutions , not "complete" solutions. Per the limited information that I do have, let me suggest two designs as a potential starting point. Please look at these solutions on ti.com and advise if they are close to what you are looking for:

    1) TIDM-WIRELESS MICROPHONE REFERENCE DESIGN
    2) TIPD181.1 - Single Supply Microphone PreAmplifier Design

    I look forward to hearing from you and hopefully identifying a design that best suits your needs.

    Best Regards,

    John Fullilove
    Texas Instruments
    TI Designs
  • In reply to JohnFullilove:

    Hi:

        Thank you for the answer.

        What I am looking for is a system can do Acoustic Echo Cancelling, Noise cancellation, and since the system will work in large room, so it must support multiple microphone, i.e beamforming. 

    Best

    Miao

       

  • In reply to user750463:

    Miao, my apologies on the delayed response to your follow up question. Unfortunately, we don't have a TI Design solution that performs to the capabilities that you outlined. We do have specific TI Devices that help enable some of the functionality at the component to sub system level, but not a complete reference design solution that is a match.

    Again, my apologies for the delayed response.

    Best Regards,

    J. Fullilove
    Texas Instruments
    TI Designs

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