• ADMP421 PDM characteristics questions

    Hello:

    My customer is using the ADMP421 digital microphone and are working to improve the way we monitor the output of the microphone. They cannot find a document that describes the format of the PDM output from the ADMP421 anywhere on the ADI web site…

  • ADMP421 bias in output signal.

    I am working with the ADMP421 MEMS microphone and the ADAU1761. I am also using the ADAU1761 as a codec for an extenal microphone. When the system is configured for the external microphone, there is a zero bias on the output and the high frequency content…

  • Configuring ADAU1761 to work with ADMP421?

    In SigmaStudio, there is a Hardware Configuration option to enable Digital Mic. After that is enabled, does the mic signal from the ADMP421 eval card simply come in to a regular input block on channel 0? CN-0078 doesn't say anything about configuring…

  • Low pass filter for ADMP421 MEMS digital microphone

    Wish to use a decimating filter in a microcontroller to interface a MEMS microphone (ADMP421). Has anyone used a microcontroller to do this?The sampling frequency is 1MHz (the minimum requirement for the MEMS mic).

    We eventually want to recover a base…

  • Can you capture audio with EVAL-ADAU1761Z?

    I'd like to capture the audio with my digital ADMP421 microphones on my EVAL-ADAU1761Z board. Is this possible? If not, does Analog make an eval board that works the ADMP421 microphones?

    Thanks,

    Ross

  • RE: ADAU1761 DC gain in the digital mic path

    Hi Tyler,

    Thanks for the response.

    Adding to the above, ADAU1761 has two omnidirectional MEMS microphones, which are analog devices part number ADMP421 ICs (U3 and U4 on the board). About this microphones, how many data bits the ADMP421 is giving and…

  • Can a microphone's PDM output be directly interfaced to an I2S port?

    Some MEMS microphones like the ADMP421 have a PDM data output. Can this be conected directly to an I2S input on a codec or DSP?

  • RE: ADAU1761 digital setup

    The ADMP421's supply can be between 1.8 and 3.3 V, with no change in performance across that range. The microphone's sensitivity, or output level, is not voltage supply-dependent, so as long as VDD is in that range, then the microphone will be okay. If…

  • Comment on Understanding Microphone Sensitivity

    Hi, So can you please describe to me differences of ADMP421 −26 dBFS   vs ADMP621  −46 dBFS ?

    1 Which mic I have to use in listening from 1-3 m device? Which device more sensitive?

    2 can I raise internal mic gain?