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2012-10-23 Wolfson unveils HD audio MEMS microphones
The WM7121 and the WM7132 MEMS microphones feature feature matching phase responses and matching sensitivity, making them suitable for stereo recording.
2003-02-20 Wolfson to support Intel cellular phone reference design
Wolfson Microelectronics plc has announced that it will provide audio and peripheral functions through its WM9712L codec, for the Intel PXA262 Cellular Phone Reference Design.
2013-04-16 Wolfson to supply more audio parts for Samsung's Galaxy
Samsung Electronics has chosen Wolfson Microelectronics as primary audio component supplier for its Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
2003-08-18 Wolfson stereo DAC with headphone driver
Wolfson Microelectronics plc has released the WM8759, a low-power 24-bit stereo DAC with an integrated headphone driver that is suitable for use in next-gen portable home music players.
2003-09-25 Wolfson software driver supports audio codec devices
Designers of mobile communication devices incorporating Wolfson Microelectronics' audio components now have access to a selection of software drivers to support five new processor families.
2005-02-24 Wolfson shrugs off China blues to score strong growth
Fabless mixed-signal IC vendor Wolfson Microelectronics plc produced strong year-end results only suffering slightly from the the softness seen elsewhere in the chip market in the second half of 2004.
2003-04-11 Wolfson rolls stereo codec for smartphones
Wolfson Microelectronics' WM8750L stereo codec is touted to provide all requirements to integrate high quality audio playback and mixing.
2004-03-25 Wolfson rolls out AFE circuit for flatbed scanners
Wolfson has introduced a high-speed, high-performance analog front-end (AFE) circuit for use in flatbed scanners and multi-function printers.
2003-08-07 Wolfson powers digital audio apps with new release
Wolfson Microelectronics plc has introduced two digital audio interface products for the consumer audio and professional markets.
2004-10-18 Wolfson loads audio codec with functionality
Wolfson's latest device is a mono audio codec designed for digital still cameras and digital-voice recording apps, such as dictaphones.
2004-05-28 Wolfson expands production sources to China
Wolfson Microelectronics plc has contracted CSMC Technologies Corp. for foundry services, using the 150mm fab facility at Wuxi, China.
2003-11-20 Wolfson establishes two new offices in Asia
Wolfson Microelectronics plc announced that they will be opening new sales offices in China and Korea.
2003-12-03 Wolfson DACs target DVD, SACD players
Wolfson Microelectronics plc has introduced a family of low-cost, power-efficient multi-channel DACs.
2002-07-26 Wolfson DAC operates down to 3V
Wolfson Microelectronics has announced the availability of the WM8726 stereo DAC that runs at supply voltages down to 3V and is targeted towards cost-sensitive applications.
2002-04-03 Wolfson codecs support Dolby 5.2, EX6.1, 7.1
The WM8770 and WM8771 24-bit codecs from Wolfson Microelectronics Ltd integrate an 8-channel mux with stereo ADC and 8-channel DAC.
2002-09-02 Wolfson codecs perform simultaneous playback, record
Wolfson Microelectronics Ltd has developed a line of audio codecs that can playback and record audio at the same time, but at different sampling rates.
2004-04-23 Wolfson codec offers power savings for mobile comms devices
Wolfson has announced the third generation of its audio/touch-panel codecs that provides broad functionality and new levels of power-saving.
2009-11-13 Wolfson builds R&D center in Yokohama
Wolfson's new development center is staffed by experienced mixed-signal engineers to ensure the company's continued growth in Japan.
2002-08-20 Wolfson audio DAC offers 112dB SNR
The WM8718 24-bit differential stereo DAC that offers a 112dB SNR and -100dB THD.
2003-04-29 Wolfson audio DAC features AC'97 interface
The WM9709 stereo audio DAC from Wolfson Microelectronics features an Intel-specified AC-Link architecture.
2003-06-17 Wolfson audio codec for mobile devices
Wolfson Microelectronics has introduced the WM9711L, a low-power, single-chip design with the company's audio sub-system codec capability.
2003-01-24 Wolfson audio codec adds touchscreen interface support
The WM9712L audio codec features a streaming data touchscreen interface into a 7-by-7mm QFN package.
2002-01-18 Wolfson audio chips occupy less footprint vs. SSOPs
Widely used in portable audio designs, the WM8711 stereo DAC and WM8731 audio codec are now offered in a QFNP that offers one-third the footprint of existing SSOPs.
2008-03-31 Wolfson audio chips not in Apple's next iPods?
Wolfson Microelectronics is believed to have lost out in its bid to supply Apple's next-generation iPods with audio chips.
2002-07-10 Wolfson AFE targets flatbed scanners, multi-function peripherals
The WM8150 analog front end from Wolfson Microelectronics Ltd works with CIS or CCD sensors at a pixel sample rate of up to 8MSa/s.
2002-06-27 Wolfson ADC performs 40MSa/s
The WM8200 10-bit ADC from Wolfson Microelectronics Ltd delivers 40MSa/s performance and is configured for use as an analog front end for digital still cameras using CMOS sensors.
2008-09-24 Unicon uses Wolfson audio for Linux-based mobile solution
Unicon Systems has tapped Wolfson Microelectronics' audio for its latest Linux-based mobile solution.
2008-09-09 Pioneer's Blu-ray players spin with Wolfson audio DAC
Pioneer Electronics has tapped Wolfson Microelectronics' WM8740 audio DAC for use in its latest line of Blu-ray players.
2008-08-25 Ozmo, Wolfson join forces on wireless audio reference design
Ozmo Devices and Wolfson Microelectronics are collaborating to deliver an audio reference design.
2004-06-08 CSMC to produce wafers for Wolfson
CSMC Technologies Corp. has been contracted by U.K.-based Wolfson Microelectronics plc for foundry services at the former's 150mm fab at Wuxi, China.
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