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Conexant Systems has announced a partnership with LG Electronics for multi-phase integration of Conexant’s far-field voice input technology in LG’s range of stylish, innovative and reliable home appliances such as air conditioners and vacuum robots.

Conexant’s far-field voice processing suite – a combination of algorithms including ambient noise reduction, de-reverberation and selective source pickup – and Conexant’s high-performance audio processors such as the CX20865 offer a feature set that is highly desired by Conexant’s partners looking to provide consumers with a richer user experience.

Conexant’s CX20865 platform with integrated quad 24-bit high-performance analog-to-digital converters (ADC)s, enhances voice control performance in the presence of random stationary and non-stationary ambient interference, enabling live demos in the retail environment and tradeshows while enhancing the usability of various voice controlled home appliances.

Conexant’s far-field voice input processing solutions provides clean, noise-free speech signals for voice-control of appliance settings, enabling highly accurate speech recognition for voice command and control at extremely low power. LG products with Conexant’s technology were launched early this year in South Korea.

“Conexant is the market leader in far-field voice input technology and we continue to innovate to bring comprehensive, high-performance speech solutions to market,” said Saleel Awsare, vice president and general manager at Conexant.

Tags: Conexant, LG, LG Electronics

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I'll start to worry when they reply in a cognitive way.
But by then it will be too late....
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