Intelligent System Wakeup Solution
Acoustic Activity Analyzer (AAA) block listens for relevant audio – consuming only 32 uA – while the rest of the device (and system) remains powered off. The AAA provides more than just level-triggered audio detection – it constantly analyzes incoming content against customized criteria.
Simplifying wireless communication in your products
Bluetooth® Low Energy transmission can be achieved by setting a few register bits (for transmission power, data, and transmission start trigger) via UART or I2C. This simplicity makes it easy to add wireless connectivity to an existing system with the AK1595 – no need to develop complicated, proprietary micro controller code. The AK1595 is leading the way to smaller, more secure and longer-lasting sensor modules for the connected home.
Ultra-Low Power Hi-Fi D/A Converter
The power consumption of a Hi-Fi D/A converter has typically been too large for a battery-powered product, presenting the challenge of balancing excellent sound quality against the battery capacity required for a compelling listening experience. The AK4331 has answered that challenge: it is a 32-bit stereo D/A converter with built-in headphone amplifier that consumes only 4.4mW of power while still providing THD+N = -100dB and SNR = 109dB.
Wireless charging solution for AR glasses
Charging AR or smart glasses is not a trivial task. The unique form factor of these products often prohibits the use of a standard charging port, necessitating an obtrusive proprietary cable connector. AKM has partnered with Humavox and developed two new devices to implement RF power transmission and reception, enabling efficient power transfer and a much more convenient user experience.
Motion tracking demo for the enterprise market
AKM’s newest high-precision magnetic sensor is making waves across the industry, from magnetic position tracking (VR/AR/MR), non-destructive flaw detection (MFL), wearables, and IoT to the connected home. The AK09940 features ultra-low noise (40nT/rms) and ultra-low power consumption (40uA @ 100Hz). High speed ODR is achieved at 400Hz (continuous mode) and 1kHz (single- measurement mode), with each axis capable of +/- 1200uT.
Creating a Digital Crown for a Smartwatch using One Magnetic Sensor
The rapidly increasing popularity of smart watches has made the digital crown an essential part of user interface design. AKM, the world’s number one supplier of eCompasses, is proposing the AK09970D as a new Digital Crown Sensor which promises to be smaller and less expensive than the optical-based solutions currently on the market.
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At CES 2020, Asahi Kasei Microdevices Corporation (AKM) will showcase a variety of innovative technologies to propel your electronics products to the forefront of the market. AKM will introduce our new technology solutions at our suite in the Westgate Hotel next to the Las Vegas Convention Center. No reservation is required.
If you would like to have a business meeting with our staff in our room, you will need to make a reservation. Contact an AKM sales representative to schedule an appointment to request a time. AKM staff will be available to meet with you for detailed technical discussions about our solutions, as well as business and long-term roadmap discussions.
/ Intelligent System Wakeup Solution
/ Simplifying wireless communication in your products
/ Ultra-Low Power Hi-Fi D/A Converter
/ Wireless charging solution for AR glasses
/ HiFi 4 DSP with SRC
/ Next-generation Millimeter-wave Radar IC with High Spatial Recognition
/ Motion tracking demo for the enterprise market
/ Creating a Digital Crown for a Smartwatch using One Magnetic Sensor
/ Small Coreless Current sensor
/ Long-range Human Presence IR Sensor Technology
/ High Accuracy Angle sensors
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