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Dialog Semiconductor Plc develops and distributes highly integrated, mixed signal integrated circuits (ICs) for personal, portable, hand-held devices, low energy short-range wireless, LED solid-state lighting, and automotive applications worldwide. The company operates through four segments: Mobile Systems, Automotive & Industrial, Connectivity, and Advanced Mixed Signal. It offers power management integrated circuits (PMICs), sub-PMICs, charger ICs, automotive grade PMICs, and audio codecs; and AC/DC rapid charge adapters, converters, power adapters, and embedded networking converters, as well as configurable mixed-signal ICs, and SSL LED and backlight drivers. The company also provides Bluetooth low energy ICs, voice over DECT, and digital audio and audio codec ICs; and motor control ICS and ASIC controllers. It has a partnership with UNISOC to develop the SC2703, an optimized high-performance power management integrated circuit. Dialog Semiconductor Plc was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Reading, the United Kingdom.

1,850 Employees
Last Reported Date: 05/9/19
Founded in 1986

dialog semiconductor plc (DLG) Top Compensated Officers

CEO & Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: $1.4M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2018.
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Dialog Semiconductor Plc. Launches Family of Audio Codecs

Dialog Semiconductor Plc announced the DA740x, a family of highly-integrated audio codec chips that deliver best-in-class active noise cancellation (ANC), providing optimal audio performance in any environment to the rapidly-growing wireless headphones market. With ANC rapidly becoming a de facto standard, Dialog is well-positioned to capture a significant market share with the DA740x product family. The DA740x supports feedforward and feedback ANC topologies, in which the noise cancelling microphones are located either outside or inside the headphone cup. With its integrated custom filtering, the DA740x also enables a fully hybrid implementation which combines the best of both worlds by providing high performance ANC while maximizing audio quality and battery life. The chip family is agnostic to the type of audio interface meaning it is effective in both wired and wireless applications. DA740x's digital implementation and complementary software-based tuning tools enable Dialog customers to realize their ANC designs with far fewer external components and faster time-to-market compared to typical analog-based designs, which require significant analog circuitry and component-level tuning. The family consists of three chips: DA7402: stereo high performance (HP) codec with ANC; DA7401: mono HP codec with ANC; DA7400: stereo HP codec. Dialog has specifically designed each chip to address different segments of the headphone market providing customers with a one-stop-shop for optimizing their entire mid and high-end product range. The DA7402 supports hybrid, feedforward, and feedback topologies, up to 35 dB suppression, and offers dedicated calibration and tuning tools, all to support digital ANC. With high performance playback and record paths, DA7402 is designed for high dynamic range and minimum latency. The DA7402 offers one of the smallest digital ANCs on the market, with half the power consumption and twice the audio performance compared to today's leading chip solutions making it ideal for sport earbuds, hearables, true wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds, unified communication headsets and more. As a derivative of the DA7402, the DA7401 is a high-performance mono ANC Codec designed for TWS and hearable applications. It offers a 115 dB playback dynamic range, 103 dB record dynamic range, hybrid ANC and flexible clocking architecture. The DA7400 provides similar capabilities and was designed for consumer applications that require hi-resolution, high performance audio, without ANC.

Dialog Semiconductor plc Unveils Programmable Multi-Channel LDO Regulator with Absolute Lowest Noise & Highest PSRR Performance (News with Additional Features)

Dialog Semiconductor Plc announced its latest Configurable Mixed-signal Integrated Circuit (CMIC) device with low dropout (LDO) regulator performance, the SLG51000. The SLG51000 features the high Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR) and lowest output voltage noise of any programmable multi-channel LDO on the market, making it ideal to power advanced camera and sensor systems. System power designers face stringent noise budgets when designing advanced sensor systems or high-end camera modules for consumers that demand the high quality images from their smartphones, digital cameras or other smart imaging devices. The SLG51000 exceeds the power performance requirements for such applications, compared to current market solutions which have significantly higher output voltage noise and relatively low PSRR especially at high frequency. The SLG51000's technical specifications put it at the forefront for imaging and sensor power solutions. It provides PSRR of 73dB at 1MHz and the lowest output voltage noise of 10µV (rms). Each of the 7 channels from the LDO regulator provide from 475mA to 800mA output current capability, and a low quiescent current of less than 1µA for the entire integrated circuit (IC) during shutdown. This small, integrated power solution reduces board space, while configurable output voltage settings, sequencing and resources satisfy multiple project requirements to reduce redesign, sourcing and qualification time.

Dialog Semiconductor plc Reports Earnings Results for the First Quarter Ended March 29, 2019

Dialog Semiconductor Plc announced earnings results for the first quarter ended March 29, 2019. For the first quarter, the company announced sales was USD 294.886 million compared to USD 332.155 million a year ago. Operating income was USD 25.341 million compared to USD 32.883 million a year ago. Net income was USD 18.358 million compared to USD 17.436 million a year ago. Basic earnings per share was USD 0.25 compared to USD 0.24 a year ago. Diluted earnings per share was USD 0.23 compared to USD 0.22 a year ago.

 

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