Active Noise Cancellation Technology for Wireless Headphones
A multi-billion-dollar business, headphones continue to grow at a rapid pace in the marketplace. To keep up with consumer demand, audio manufacturers are always looking for solutions to create immersive experiences for people. Active noise cancellation helps provide a more immersive and natural interaction between people and technology. This webcast highlights advanced ADI technologies embedded in earphone/headphones showing how consumer electronic devices can provide a differentiated feature set.
Senior Principal Engineer
Eoin English is a senior principal engineer, leading the Consumer System Applications Team at Analog Devices’ European Research and Development Centre in Ireland. Eoin joined ADI in 1997 with a first-class, honors BENG in electronic engineering from University College Galway. In 2017, he completed a certificate in system design management at MIT and currently holds 26 U.S. granted patents. Eoin takes great satisfaction in enabling technologies that help people live more comfortably, stay healthier, be more productive, and engage more interactively through the fusion of audio, vision, and human body sensing.
Audio System Architect
Josh joined Analog Devices in 2001 after graduating from Tufts University with a B.S. in Electrical and Biomedical Engineering. Since that time, he held roles in Test Development, Product and Field Applications, and Technical Marketing for products ranging from Automotive and Precision Analog. Currently based in Austin, TX, Josh's area of focus is System Architecture for consumer audio products concentrating on CODECs, Class D Amplifiers, and Audio DSP.