Should There Be A Central Smart Device To Control Your Connected Home?
Smart speakers were among the first digital-assistant products to be released and today, most consumers rely on them to help with basic tasks. The smart home ecosystem and the popularity of IoT devices lead to redundancy of smart gadgets in our houses.
The market is approaching a tipping point, where smart speakers need to become targeted to specific rooms and coexist with other room-optimized speakers.
Using ADCs in smart speakers can increase the dynamic range and decrease the number of microphones needed. The main mode of connectivity for smart speakers is Wi-Fi, with some featuring an IC integrated with Bluetooth. With the latest Bluetooth 5.0, it slows better audio streaming and other uses, removing the need for the older version.
Designers working on providing better user experience, such as removing buttons and having capacitive touch panels instead. There are room-specific smart speakers as well. Smart speakers that look like an alarm clock and come with LED displays are great for bedrooms. Larger models with LED displays are perfect for office or kitchen. No matter what model you are purchasing, the placement plays an important role. While there is no one, single device that could rank at the top, a smart home is when all the devices in the network to work together seamlessly, overcoming the challenges.
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