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Webinar: Capitalize on the growing soundbar market

*UPDATE* – If you missed this webinar or would like to listen to it again, you can download a recording by following this link.   We recently announced the launch of three wireless soundbar platform example designs, offering manufacturers complete and flexible solutions to bring entry-level, mid-range and high-end soundbars to market quickly. Our State of Play Audio Research Report found that over two thirds of consumers . . .

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5 Minutes with Clarion

2015 marks Clarion’s 75th anniversary in the mobile electronics business of designing, developing and manufacturing premium in-vehicle electronics. Augustin Leung, Director of Product Planning spoke to CSR to give his insight the company’s relationship with CSR and how the aptX® codec is helping boost the customer experience.   Tell us a little bit about Clarion and the history of the company. What sectors are Clarion famous for . . .

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Delivering automotive grade high-bandwidth Wi-Fi

The demand for higher bandwidth Wi-Fi® is a clear trend. OEM’s want to offer more connections and more bandwidth to drivers and their passengers to deliver use cases such as MirrorLink® screen sharing with the head unit and multi-user Wi-Fi hotspots. Many in-vehicle Wi-Fi use cases are unique, requiring updates to Wi-Fi device firmware, concurrent network operation, the ability for the Wi-Fi device to service two . . .

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TU Automotive Detroit: improving audio quality over Bluetooth® in the vehicle

The growth of the use of Bluetooth® within the vehicle continues. Increasing levels of hands free legislation around the world and the continuing use of the smartphone as a hub for streaming music via the head unit are just a couple of the driving factors behind the technology appearing in more vehicles as standard these days. But with the driving force behind more manufacturers adopting Bluetooth . . .

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What does the Connected Car of the future look like?

The connected car is a topic that continues to lead new developments in the automotive industry as consumers increasingly look to connected features for safety and entertainment in their vehicles. For the manufacturer, there are many benefits to leveraging wireless connections for intra-car communication. Replacing wires brings increased flexibility of placement of sensors while also reducing the weight of the vehicle, helping to drive the ongoing . . .

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