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Wireless audio distribution offers automotive infotainment flexibility: Part 2—Back channel communication and technology choices

2/10/2011 05:00 AM EST
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re: Wireless audio distribution offers automotive infotainment flexibility: Part 2—Back channel communication and technology choices
jwc   2/25/2011 4:15:24 AM
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Our company has produced power efficient, full duplex, infrared audio devices to many markets. These high-sensitivity, full-duplex IR systems don't require direct line-of-sight for reliable operation. The diffuse, full-duplex IR links have been employed in both commercial and non-commercial applications. (One of the systems was worn by astronauts on the Shuttle.) Headset-based full-duplex audio or digital IR operation inside a car would be a much simpler task than the wider-band, larger-area IR applications already accomplished.

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