Pixation technologies reproduce speech with high fidelity: 31.25 kHz microphone sampling; 62.5kHz PWM audio out; seven octave bandwidth (3DB: 50Hz to 9kHz)
Pixation technologies can be implemented on low-cost microcontrollers such as the 48MHz Microchip® ATSAMD21E17 using the ARM® Cortex M0+ Processor.
Users can set their own Comfortable Listening Levels, Tonal Emphases and Synthetic Articulation. Built-in help functions make it easy.
Move beyond wide dynamic range compression with Pixation's controlled acoustic signal expansion technology. This technology greatly improves intelligibility in noisy environments.
Pixation technologies continuously analyzes the sound environment to catch "acoustic glimpses" of speech, especially when fluctuating background noise levels decrease momentarily.
Low Power, Safety, and
So Much More!
A new level of performance: 5½ hours (typical) with a rechargeable 110mAh LiPo battery. Sound exposure limited to 85dBA time-weighted average.
Application Notes, Schematics, Eagle Files, Gerber Files, BOM:
Pixation is proud of its cutting-edge technology and regularly files patent applications to protect its innovations. The following are some exemplary innovations from Pixation:
US 10,142,743 - Parametrically formulated noise and audio systems, devices, and methods thereof
US 10,142,742 - Audio systems, devices, and methods
US 9,491,559 - Method and apparatus for directional acoustic fitting of hearing aids
US 9,101,299 - Hearing aids configured for directional acoustic fitting
US 8,942,397 - Method and apparatus for adding audible noise with time varying volume to audio devices
US 8,879,745 - Method of deriving individualized gain compensation curves for hearing aid fitting
US 8,553,897 - Method and apparatus for directional acoustic fitting of hearing aids
US 2018-0301159 - Adaptive Parametrically Formulated Noise Systems, Devices, and Methods
US 2018-0296137 - Systems, Devices, and Methods for Determining Hearing Ability and Treating Hearing Loss
US 2019-0208333 - Parametrically formulated noise and audio systems, devices, and methods thereof
US 2019-0191253 - Audio systems, devices, and methods
- Additonal patents pending