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Pump Up the Volume: Enhancing Music Phone Audio Quality and Power Using a Supercapacitor for Power Management
As multimedia and music phones grow in popularity, consumers want an iPod-quality, uninterrupted audio experience without the buzzing and clicks associated with wireless transmission. This article describes the problems delivering high power and high quality audio in music-enabled mobile phones and how a supercapacitor can overcome them. Typically, the audio amplifier power supply input in a mobile phone is connected directly to Vbattery. This paper compares audio performance between the typical setup and connecting the audio amp supply to a supercapacitor charged to 5V through a current limited boost converter.
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