Meylan, France – May 28, 2010.
The frequent nightmare of Audio/Video system designers is the synchronization of audio data with different streams. The recourse to one or more PLL’s not only is at risk of complex jitter issues but its solution in any case is painful. What is more such complexity prevents from foreseeing the actual impact on audio performance.
Get the relief from the appropriate design, and gain the confidence in achievable performance at system-level, by using Dolphin Integration's alternative.
Indeed, the complete family of asynchronous SRC (Sample Rate Converter) is launched as add-on to the flagship offering of audio converters, starting with SRC-ADF (for Asynchronous Discrete Frequency).
This SRC-ADF ensures:
- straightforward integration of audio converters: no need to manage data synchronization. The SRC-ADF is connected as a peripheral to manage both synchronization and variations on sampling frequencies
- the high audio quality of converters is not affected and can be easily predicted thanks to a Jitter Tolerance Template: an old concept quite handy for a new problem: tutorial on request
The SRC-ADF is thoroughly documented for a swift use: Dolphin's Application Engineers enable SoC Integrators and system designers to identify which SRC option is the most relevant for their needs, while providing the necessary design-in support.
Do not wait for benefiting from this solution, have a look at its presentation sheet or ask for further information at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Dolphin Integration
Dolphin Integration is up to their charter as the most adaptive and lasting creator in the Microelectronics Design Industry to "enable mixed signal Systems-on-Chip". It stars a quality management stimulating reactivity for innovation as well as independence and partnerships with Foundries. Their current mission is to supply worldwide customers with fault-free, high-yield and reliable sets of CMOS Virtual Components. The strategy is to follow product launches with evolutions addressing future needs, emphasizing resilience to noise and drastic reductions of power-consumption at SoC level, thanks to their own missing EDA solutions enabling Application Hardware Modeling (AHM) as well as early Power and Noise assessment, plus engineering assistance for Risk Control. For more information about Dolphin, visit: http://www.dolphin-integration.com/jazz/