Knowles Releases Digital Voice Vibration Sensor

Knowles, a provider of micro-acoustic microphones and speakers, audio solutions, and high-performance capacitors and RF products, today launched its Digital Voice Vibration Sensor, V2S200D, a high bandwidth, low-power specialized vibration sensor said to improve voice call quality in noisy environments by picking up the speaker's voice and rejecting ambient sounds.

Blending low-band voice signals from V2S200D with the high-band voice signals using today's True Wireless Stereo microphones, this sensor enables other use cases, like voice activity detection, imposter rejection, and personalization.

"Frictionless communication from anywhere using Bluetooth headsets has become a basic expectation from consumers. We are more on the go than ever, and the new work-from-anywhere culture means dialing into conference calls from cafes, trains, and lounges," said Saket Thukral, senior director of product line management for microphones at Knowles, in a statement. "We are excited to offer our customers an easy-to-use, high-performance solution to meet this expectation and help them delight consumers."

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