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dynamic compression

The ability to compress and decompress data in real time; for example, as it is being written to or read from disk or as it is being received or transmitted via a communications channel. See dynamic.
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An easy-to-use, PC-based graphical user interface (GUI) simplifies the use of a pre-developed suite of standard speaker-tuning DSP algorithms, including a 15-band equalizer, multiband dynamic range compression, equalizer presets and various filter types.
Advanced image and video enhancement features, including video stabilizer, video dynamic range compression and color enhancement powered by the CEVA-MM3101 imaging and vision platform
The algorithms include acoustic echo cancellation, microphone noise reduction, parametric equalizer, and dynamic range compression.
Imaging & Vision - CEVA and its partners will demonstrate the latest applications for advanced imaging and vision processing, including advanced touch-free user interface, video stabilization, Dynamic Range Compression (DRC), color enhancement and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) technologies.
8-Channel WDRC: Up to 8 wide dynamic range compression (WDRC) channels
Integrated, programmable 32-bit miniDSP engines allow for customized processing solutions, including branded audio effects, multiband dynamic range compression, and custom filters and algorithms.
The company is building on a proven track record in two key semiconductor technology areas - power semiconductor solutions and feature-specific mobile semiconductor solutions - to develop new products that address mobile audio requirements such as higher output power, dynamic range compression, speaker protection, signal-to-noise ratio improvement, distortion control and power management.
Like other devices in the Sound Terminal family the STA350BW has digital audio processing on the chip and features performance enhancing innovations pioneered by ST such as Multiband Dynamic Range Compression (MDRC), which boosts audio clarity and system reliability.
Since the company's inception in 1943, ReSound has been responsible for a number of hearing industry firsts, including Wide Dynamic Range Compression (WDRC), Digital Feedback Suppression (DFS) and the first open-standard digital chip.
Additionally, two-band dynamic range compression allows for audio processing in two different frequency bands to overcome audio quality limitations of small speakers.
The new devices enable designers to implement enhanced audio features:3D to increase the spatial sweet spot of compact consumer electronics products; dynamic range compression to automatically adjust the audio to the desired loudness range while protecting the speaker and preventing clipping and distortion; and multiple biquads to equalize the speaker or microphone.
As the latest addition to the Sound Terminal family, the STA339BWS combines IP from ST's audio processing and class-D power amplifier ICs into a single chip, and includes advanced features such as MultiBand Dynamic Range Compression (DRC).

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