MEMS Analog Microphone Achieves 65-dB SNR In Low-Power Mode

MEMS Analog Microphone Achieves 65-dB SNR In Low-Power Mode
InvenSense Inc.
February 25, 2014

Delivering high performance at low-power levels, the ICS-40161 top port MEMS microphone targets mobile electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets, remote controls, smart TVs, Bluetooth headsets, and digital still/video cameras. With contextual awareness driving the need for low-power 'AlwaysOn' sensors, the ICS-40161 microphone meets this challenge with its 'AlwaysOn' mode, while offering a 65-dB SNR, high Acoustic Overload Point (AOP), and tight matching in high performance mode.

InvenSense Inc.
San Jose, CA
408-988-7339 Main


CompanyInvenSense Inc.
CountryUnited States (USA)


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