Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "Windows Media Audio", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release Multistandard module enables a radio first from Frontier Silicon, which we summarised at the time by saying "The Blik Radiostation is the first digital radio on the market to provide plug-and-play reception of both DAB and DAB+ broadcasts". A few weeks before, we featured the news release Middleware supports WMA 10 Professional M0 profile from Renesas Technology Europe: "Decode middleware aids the development of applications for mobile phone handsets employing the SH-Mobile application processor".
In February 2007, we covered the news from Frontier Silicon concerning its Venice 6 - take a look at Module combines four receivers in one which says: "Receiver module is the first to integrate a Wi-Fi, DAB and FM front-end together with an onboard Wi-Fi antenna".
Take a look also at the news release from Frontier Silicon, Baseband receiver SoC targets Wi-Fi radios, as well as Chipset is smart option for handset multimedia from Agere Systems, and Chipsets support latest Windows Media Audio from Agere Systems.
Handset TV chip stars in CTIA demonstration (April 2006)
At this week's CTIA Wireless 2006, Texas Instruments is showcasing a live demonstration of the only single-chip mobile digital TV DVB-H solution in the market - the Hollywood chip (DTV1000)
IP subsystem is sound addition to SoC design (March 2006)
The ARC Sound Advanced Subsystem is a configurable solution that is preverified to reduce component cost and power while accelerating design time for next-generation consumer products
Software portfolio is single source for multimedia (March 2006)
Simplifying access to the most advanced, production-ready software for digital media applications, Texas Instruments has launched a complete portfolio of own-brand digital media software
Middleware upgrades handset audio (January 2006)
New middleware enables the implementation of copyright-protected Windows Media Audio file application development solutions for SH-Mobile based handsets
Audio DSP turns to high-speed encoding (January 2006)
New software and hardware will enable advanced capabilities for applications such as automotive jukeboxes, automotive HDD/navigation systems, home media servers and HDD-based stereo systems
Audio processors take DRM onboard (September 2005)
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