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Laurence Marchini

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.

See also:

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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