Tempow and CEVA partner on true wireless stereo technology for Bluetooth earbuds

By eeNews Europe

The left/right sink points are physically separated in earbuds, as opposed to headphones, which represent a single endpoint. Bluetooth A2DP, therefore, has to stream audio with the necessary degree of synchronisation. Today’s solutions, such as audio-forwarding and eavesdropping can often result in significant battery drain on the already power-restricted earbuds.

The joint IP solution synchronises left/right audio over standard Bluetooth dual mode connected links with short latency and without the power usage of today’s TWS implementations. To create the IP, CEVA’s Bluetooth Dual Mode IP has been enhanced to work seamlessly with Tempow’s True Wireless Earbuds technology.

The two companies will host a joint webinar titled: “Turnkey solution for Bluetooth true wireless stereo earbuds and speakers” on December 5th.

More information and webinar registration

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