How to Simplify Class D Audio Development for 32-bit Microcontroller Embedded Designs
Class D amplifiers can reach very high efficiency levels, resulting in significant power savings. However, the translation from the input signal to PWM and the PWM quantization itself can cause more distortion on the output than other amplifier architectures.
The goal of a Class D amplifier implementation is to reduce this distortion to barely audible levels while maintaining very high power efficiency. This white paper discusses:
- How to easily add Class D audio to a 32-bit microcontroller based system
- Whether the audio data will be streaming or stored
- Which types of streaming or storage interfaces are most appropriate for the product
Download this white paper to learn more about adding Class D audio to 32-bit embedded systems in an unconventional way.
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