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Frontier Silicon’s new SDK adds Bluetooth connectivity for digital radios

Frontier Silicon’s new SDK adds Bluetooth connectivity for digital radios

Digital radio supplier Frontier Silicon has launched its new DAB 5.0 software development kit (SDK) which adds Bluetooth connectivity to its Verona DAB/DAB+ module.

The company says that the SDK is designed to introduce a closer level of integration between mobile products and audio devices by enabling wireless remote control from smartphones and tablets.

"Today's consumers expect the freedom to listen to music from a vast number of different digital sources," said Prem Rajalingham, vp of sales and support at Frontier Silicon. "DAB 5.0 has been designed to enable products to bring this content together and deliver an enhanced experience via wireless integration with iOS and Android handheld devices - and all in a product the size and cost of a traditional speaker dock or quality portable radio."

Simon Fogg

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