POWER OF VOICE
From doorbells to smart TVs, our devices are getting smarter. Voice-control is transforming the way in which we access and enjoy content. However, capturing a clear voice command from a distance isn’t easy. It requires some complex digital signal processing (or DSP). And that’s where XMOS comes in, with the VocalFusion® range of high performance voice interfaces.
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XVF3610 / XVF3615 FAMILY
Requiring just 2 microphones, these high-performance, eBOM efficient processors enable far-field voice capture with close range precision.
Using purpose-designed algorithms, the XVF3610 will capture a clear voice stream from across the room, even in noisy environments and when content is steaming through the media player. With built-in (integrated) and plug-in (USB accessory) variants, the XVF3610 is for designers of voice-enabled smart products, who need stand-out performance at a low eBOM.
The XVF3615 variant adds an embedded Amazon wake word for single pass Alexa Voice Service enabled systems, allowing manufacturers to offload wake word processing from their host SoC systems.
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The Voice Reference evaluation kit is available to help you evaluate the XVF3610 / XVF3615 and prototype your voice enabled products. It supports USB plugin accessory implementations (with a USB Control Interface) and also built-in voice implementations (with an I2C Control Interface).
Best-suited to premium audio-visual products, the XVF3500 4-mic stereo voice processor captures a clear voice command from across the room, even in challenging acoustic environments. It includes purpose designed algorithms that ‘clean up’ the voice signal for automatic speech recognition systems. Microphone interfacing, voice processing and control allow you to parameterise the system for best results based on your individual product acoustics.
Dev kits are available to help you evaluate the XVF3500 and prototype your voice enabled products. There’s a dev kit that’s qualified for Amazon Alexa Voice Service and a dev-kit for other voice control and voice assistant implementations.