CSR brings stereo Bluetooth audio to i.Tech's Clip D-Radio headset

By siliconindia   |   Tuesday, 29 April 2008, 12:20 Hrs
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Bangalore: CSR has announced that i.Tech's Clip D-Radio Bluetooth headset features CSR's BlueCore5-Multimedia silicon. The Clip D-Radio is the world's first stereo headset to support v2.1+EDR of the Bluetooth specification and provides the wireless streaming of high quality audio from a handset, music player or its built in FM radio. The superior quality stereo Bluetooth headset utilizes CSR's BlueCore5-Multimedia with an integrated DSP, offering flexible architecture, and Clear Voice Capture (CVC) technology for enhanced echo and noise suppression to provide users with the best audio experience for music or phone calls. CSR's silicon also ensures iTech?s headset is interoperable with the widest range of Bluetooth devices.

CSR's multimedia BlueCore products are the only Bluetooth ICs on the market to integrate a high performance DSP. CSR has designed BlueCore5-Multimedia to provide exceptional audio performance for stereo headsets with its CODEC providing 95dB SNR. BlueCore5-Multimedia's flexible DSP architecture allows designers to add additional features to help boost the performance and functionality of their end designs (such as the FM radio in i.Tech's Clip D-Radio). The BlueCore5- Multimedia radio transmits at +8dBm and receives at -90dBm, which eliminates interference when taking a call. Combined with CSR's proprietary CVC technology for enhanced audio quality, the Clip D-Radio will provide users with crystal clear sound in spite of surrounding noise.

CSR's Bluetooth technology helped i-Tech design a small form factor headset weighing just 21.5g. By incorporating a high quality OLED display, i.Tech's headset allows users to see who is calling before they answer as well as enabling browsing between FM radio stations. In addition to displaying missed calls and battery and pairing status updates, the Clip D-Radio includes a dial out function to allow users to store up to ten numbers and let users to setup four favourite radio stations. The Clip D-Radio is also the first Bluetooth headset to feature a three buzzer alert mode to allow users to differentiate between incoming calls and can be recharged easily using a PC USB port.

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