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WECA CODEC chip targets USB apps

Posted: 12 Dec 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:winbond electronics? w681513? voiceband codec chip?

Winbond Electronics Corp. America (WECA) has expanded its family of voice CODEC chip solutions with the release of the W681513 Voiceband CODEC chip. Featuring a fully differential output to minimize noise, the chip is a Voiceband CODEC for voice-grade, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion in USB applications.

In order to provide the cleanest signal possible, the 5V IC complies with ITU-T G.712 and ITU-T G.711 industry standard specifications. It features low power consumption, enables system level customization, and is offered in SOP20 packaging.

Boaz Efroni Rotman, CODEC product marketing manager, said, "The W681513 is suited for USB applications that require a non-standard master clock of 2MHz. Examples include USB Internet phones, USB headsets and microphones for PCs and game stations, and other applications that require the high quality telephony ITU-T G.712 specifications at the standard 8KHz sample rate."

The IC is available for 94 cents in 25,000-unit quantities.

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