LE Audio improves the quality and performance of Bluetooth audio, and also introduces completely new topologies and use cases to enable the next generation of “hearables”-- earbuds, hearing aids, along with other audio devices including microphones, speakers, and IoT devices such as talking sensors.
At Packetcraft, we designed, developed and integrated LE Audio features into our software since 2018, before the company's official launch out of Arm Holdings.
Today, we demonstrate new advanced features like high quality low-latency Auracast broadcast audio and standardized streaming “true wireless stereo” audio, with left-right synchronization down to microseconds.
Further, we are actively supporting product companies in preparing their LE Audio-enabled products and sensors for market. This includes products from 2 of the top 5 hearing aid companies.
Available on popular chips including Nordic's nRF52 and nRF5340 and EM Microelectronic's EM9305, Packetcraft’s LE Audio software is being used by chipset and product customers to test the limits of the technology with demos and advanced prototypes, and commercialize differentiated products.