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Bringing Low Power, High Performance Audio and Voice to Market on the i.MX RT600 Crossover MCU

Brendon Slade - Mike Vartanian - NXP - Watch Now - Currently watching: 0

Join this session to learn how DSP Concept's Audioweaver tools and libraries can unleash the performance of NXP's new i.MX RT600 MCU, allowing audio designers to quickly implement designs from the algorithm level.
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hMonsarrat
Score: 0 | 12 hours ago | 1 reply

Hi,
Thanks for this nice presentation.
Is there a specific reason why the audio goes through the M33?
Is it to allow the M33 to do simple audio processing at a low-power, and
use the Hifi4 core only when needed, or any similar scheme?
(Wake word handling for example)

Mike VartanianSpeaker
Score: 1 | 11 hours ago | no reply yet

Hi hMonsarrat,
Thank you for watching the presentation and your question. The solution is flexible and can have audio running only on the HiFi 4, M33, or distributed depending on the use case. You are correct that the more simple audio processing could be done on the M33. We have done designs with the loudspeaker processing on the M33. WWE could be done on either the M33 or HiFi4 also depending on the use case.
Thanks,
Mike

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