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Audio components integrate into a printed circuit board

1/1/2012 08:34 PM EST
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re: Audio components integrate into a printed circuit board
MattSpencer   5/15/2012 9:41:55 AM
Audio waveguards used to be one of the more complex and bulky parts in an audio circuit board, but if Soundchip is able to integrate audio components, waveguides, electronics and acoustomechanical filters within a single, self-contained substrate structure, a lot of space can be saved. Matt -

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