Biamp Beamtracking Technology Receives U.S. Patent
Biamp has been awarded a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its Beamtracking technology used in its Parlé family of ceiling, tabletop, and pendant microphones. The patented technology, combined with Biamp’s advanced signal processing algorithms, allows the microphones to track and mix voices intelligently from around a meeting room, enabling communications of unparalleled clarity.
“Our Parlé microphones are empowered by this patented Beamtracking technology,” said Joe Andrulis, executive vice president of corporate development for Biamp. “Beamtracking enables us to deliver truly extraordinary meeting room experiences by allowing Parlé microphones to provide participants with crystal clear sound whether they are in the room or collaborating remotely.”
The patent covers use of an array of microphone elements to create virtual microphone beams, which track human voices in a space and follows the talker when they change location within the room. The gain applied to each microphone beam is automatically adjusted, compensating as the presenter moves closer to or farther from a mic.
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