Xperi Corporation (NASDAQ: XPER) is presenting its latest audio, imaging, and semiconductor solutions across its DTS, IMAX® Enhanced, HD Radio®, and Invensas® brands at CES 2020 this week in Las Vegas. “With an ever-increasing consumer desire to enjoy entertainment anywhere, anytime, on any device, we are dedicated to bringing innovative and strategically integrated solutions to market that support what consumers want most,” said Xperi CEO Jon Kirchner.
Xperi is demonstrating these smartphone semiconductor technologies:
- DBI® and ZiBond® for Image Sensors: DBI and ZiBond technologies in backside illuminated (BSI) image sensors in smartphones are being highlighted. These low-cost, low-temperature bonding technologies enable modern-day image sensors in mobile phones, tablets, and laptops with digital still camera-like performance.
- ZiBond for RF Devices: ZiBond enabling antenna switches in 4G LTE and 5G smartphones are on display. ZiBond technology allows cost-effective CMOS layer transfer and reliable bonding of dissimilar materials such as III-V semiconductors, glass, and piezoelectrics to silicon required for devices such as antenna switches, filters, and RF modules.
Delivering hybrid radio as well as driver and passenger monitoring solutions that enhance the in-dash automotive experience, Xperi is demonstrating its technology for automotive imaging and infotainment platforms, including:
- HD Radio: With radio reaching more consumers in the U.S. on a weekly basis than any other media and the majority of listening happening in-car, Xperi’s HD Radio continues to be a solution for high-quality digital broadcast of local AM/FM stations in North America, including the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Integrated by 41 automotive manufacturers in 300 different vehicle models, HD Radio resides in more than 60 million automobiles.
- DTS Connected Radio: DTS Connected Radio provides car infotainment systems anchored by the largest and growing global direct-from-source radio metadata solution. Designed to create a common experience across analog and digital broadcasting, DTS Connected Radio brings an ever-increasing level of connectivity and infotainment interactivity to the dashboard. Demonstrations developed for car customers by the world’s largest infotainment suppliers are available at Xperi’s LVCC North Hall Booth #5624.
- Emergency Alerts: The HD Radio Emergency Alerts feature provides visual and auditory notifications to end users who have an HD Radio receiver with this feature. The digital radio feature allows broadcasters to expand public service information in local communities. HD Radio receivers with the Emergency Alerts feature are available in select vehicles, as well as aftermarket, portable, and tabletop radios, in the U.S. and Canada.
January 9, 2020
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