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Today's portable devices drive a need for smaller, thinner, and more power-efficient electronic components. Cellular-phone form factors have become so thin that the traditional dynamic speaker has become the limiting factor in how thin manufacturers can make their handsets. Ceramic, or piezoelectric, speakers are quickly becoming a viable alternative to dynamic speakers. These ceramic speakers (drivers) can deliver competitive sound pressure levels (SPL) in a thin and compact package, potentially replacing traditional voice-coil dynamic speakers. Some of the differences between dynamic and ceramic speakers are summed up in Table 1 .

William P. (Bill) Klein is a Senior Applications Engineer with the High Performance Analog group at Texas Instruments. Bill joined TI through its acquisition of Burr-Brown in August 2000. His experience as an analog circuit designer covers over 40 years in fields ranging from mineral exploration to medical nuclear imaging. One current role Bill has is hosting the Analog e-LAB Web Cast, presenting real world solutions to real world problems in analog circuit design. In addition to a BSEE from Arizona State University and registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Arizona, he has authored numerous magazine articles, application notes and conference papers.

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Today's portable devices drive a need for smaller, thinner, and more power-efficient electronic components. Cellular-phone form factors have become so thin that the traditional dynamic speaker has become the limiting factor in how thin manufacturers can make their handsets. Ceramic, or piezoelectric, speakers are quickly becoming a viable alternative to dynamic speakers. These ceramic speakers (drivers) can deliver competitive sound pressure levels (SPL) in a thin and compact package, potentially replacing traditional voice-coil dynamic speakers. Some of the differences between dynamic and ceramic speakers are summed up in Table 1 .

William P. (Bill) Klein is a Senior Applications Engineer with the High Performance Analog group at Texas Instruments. Bill joined TI through its acquisition of Burr-Brown in August 2000. His experience as an analog circuit designer covers over 40 years in fields ranging from mineral exploration to medical nuclear imaging. One current role Bill has is hosting the Analog e-LAB Web Cast, presenting real world solutions to real world problems in analog circuit design. In addition to a BSEE from Arizona State University and registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Arizona, he has authored numerous magazine articles, application notes and conference papers.

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Sound pressure vs frequency and amplitude An alternating voltage placed across the terminals of the ceramic speaker causes the piezoelectric film inside the speaker to deform and vibrate, with the amount of displacement proportional to the input signal. The vibrating piezoelectric film moves the surrounding air, thus producing sound. Increasing the voltage across the speaker increases the piezo element deflection, creating more sound pressure and thus increased audio volume.

Embedded systems and software developers are always looking for new opportunities to enhance their applications. Companies must rapidly develop new products and aggressively pursue better processes to remain vital in the marketplace. Adopting a software development process that addresses this challenge is critical to meeting customer needs.

Notice in Figure 3 that the charging slope is steeper than the discharging slope. This occurs when the input voltage is much larger than the LED forward voltage. Since the charging slope is greater than the discharging slope, the average current due to comparator response time will be larger than the expected value, as illustrated in Figure 5 .

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William P. (Bill) Klein is a Senior Applications Engineer with the High Performance Analog group at Texas Instruments. Bill joined TI through its acquisition of Burr-Brown in August 2000. His experience as an analog circuit designer covers over 40 years in fields ranging from mineral exploration to medical nuclear imaging. One current role Bill has is hosting the Analog e-LAB Web Cast, presenting real world solutions to real world problems in analog circuit design. In addition to a BSEE from Arizona State University and registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of Arizona, he has authored numerous magazine articles, application notes and conference papers.

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Sound pressure vs frequency and amplitude An alternating voltage placed across the terminals of the ceramic speaker causes the piezoelectric film inside the speaker to deform and vibrate, with the amount of displacement proportional to the input signal. The vibrating piezoelectric film moves the surrounding air, thus producing sound. Increasing the voltage across the speaker increases the piezo element deflection, creating more sound pressure and thus increased audio volume.

Embedded systems and software developers are always looking for new opportunities to enhance their applications. Companies must rapidly develop new products and aggressively pursue better processes to remain vital in the marketplace. Adopting a software development process that addresses this challenge is critical to meeting customer needs.

Click here for the complete floorplan

Sound pressure vs frequency and amplitude An alternating voltage placed across the terminals of the ceramic speaker causes the piezoelectric film inside the speaker to deform and vibrate, with the amount of displacement proportional to the input signal. The vibrating piezoelectric film moves the surrounding air, thus producing sound. Increasing the voltage across the speaker increases the piezo element deflection, creating more sound pressure and thus increased audio volume.

Embedded systems and software developers are always looking for new opportunities to enhance their applications. Companies must rapidly develop new products and aggressively pursue better processes to remain vital in the marketplace. Adopting a software development process that addresses this challenge is critical to meeting customer needs.

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Sound pressure vs frequency and amplitude An alternating voltage placed across the terminals of the ceramic speaker causes the piezoelectric film inside the speaker to deform and vibrate, with the amount of displacement proportional to the input signal. The vibrating piezoelectric film moves the surrounding air, thus producing sound. Increasing the voltage across the speaker increases the piezo element deflection, creating more sound pressure and thus increased audio volume.

Embedded systems and software developers are always looking for new opportunities to enhance their applications. Companies must rapidly develop new products and aggressively pursue better processes to remain vital in the marketplace. Adopting a software development process that addresses this challenge is critical to meeting customer needs.

Embedded systems and software developers are always looking for new opportunities to enhance their applications. Companies must rapidly develop new products and aggressively pursue better processes to remain vital in the marketplace. Adopting a software development process that addresses this challenge is critical to meeting customer needs.

Notice in Figure 3 that the charging slope is steeper than the discharging slope. This occurs when the input voltage is much larger than the LED forward voltage. Since the charging slope is greater than the discharging slope, the average current due to comparator response time will be larger than the expected value, as illustrated in Figure 5 .

Rate adaptation In typical layer-one negotiations, the handset and Wi-Fi AP will negotiate to the highest data rate possible. In the case of voice, a faster rate does not offer a significant benefit for small, periodic voice packets. The ideal rate for UMA voice service is approximately 1 mbps. But Wi-Fi is a shared resource. It is not realistic to negotiate just 1 mbps for all devices connected to the Wi-Fi AP.

Controlling noise High-speed DSP systems have many potential sources of switching noise, including