Efficient audio processing in android 2.3

Kailash Pathak


Android is a new mobile platform for mobile development, it is open platform. It has a rich set of applications. Audio/video is become very important part for the success of any mobile platform. Every day new idea is come in to the picture to improve the quality of audio/video. A part from quality, battery power management is also important. Battery power is always on the top of the requirement stack. In android multimedia architecture, audio effects are handling with Advance RISC Processor (ARM), which is core processor of mobile device. Many multimedia applications are handled by ARM processor so result is more battery power consumption due to availability of large multimedia application. In this research paper, a new algorithm is proposed for the audio routing to save the battery power. The audio effects will be integrated with the help of digital signal processor instead of ARM processor. The power consumption of this application is tested and proposed architecture takes less power as compare to the present architecture.

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