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old account Frank Eory
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re: Analog and digital MEMS microphone design considerations
old account Frank Eory   3/28/2013 3:53:06 PM
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Thanks for this concise explanation of the different types of analog & digital MEMS microphones. Good article.

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WKetel   3/29/2013 2:40:46 PM
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Interesting and useful, although some actual specification information on typical parts would have added even more value to the article.

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jerad.lewis   3/29/2013 3:26:25 PM
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WKetel - Thanks for the feedback. I tried to write this article to more generally discuss design differences between analog and digital MEMS microphones, rather than focus on specific parts. For what specs are you specifically interested in seeing more information? Specs for all of Analog Devices' MEMS mics, including those mentioned at the end of the article (ADMP441, ADMP504, ADMP521) can be found on our website at analog.com/mic.



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