Details, datasheet, quote on part number: IM69D130V01XTSA1
CategorySensors => Audio Sensors => 8853321
TitleMEMS Microphones
DescriptionInfineon IM69D120 & IM69D130 XENSIV™ MEMS Microphones are designed for applications requiring low self-noise (high SNR), wide dynamic range, low distortions and a high acoustic overload point. The microphones have a 70dB signal-to-noise ratio (SNR).
CompanyInfineon Technologies Corporation
DatasheetDownload IM69D130V01XTSA1 datasheet
Sensitivity- 36 dB
Tolerance1 dB
SNR - Signal to Noise Ratio69 dBA
Frequency Range2.9 MHz to 3.3 MHz
Operating Supply Current980 uA
Operating Supply Voltage1.62 V to 3.6 V
Minimum Operating Temperature- 40 C
Maximum Operating Temperature+ 70 C
Output TypeDigital
Port TypeBottom
Length4 mm
Width3 mm
Depth1.2 mm
PackagingCut Tape, Reel
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Features, Applications
High performance digital XENSIVTM MEMS microphone

The IM69D130 is designed for applications where low self-noise (high SNR), wide dynamic range, low distortions and a high acoustic overload point is required. Infineon's Dual Backplate MEMS technology is based on a miniaturized symmetrical microphone design, similar as utilized in studio condenser microphones, and results in high linearity of the output signal within a dynamic range of 105dB. The microphone distortion does not exceed 1% even at sound pressure levels of 128dBSPL. The flat frequency response ( 28Hz low-frequency roll-off) and tight manufacturing tolerance result in close phase matching of the microphones, which is important for multi-microphone (array) applications. With its low equivalent noise floor of 25dBSPL (SNR 69dB(A)) the microphone is no longer the limiting factor in the audio signal chain and enables higher performance of voice recognition algorithms. The digital microphone ASIC contains an extremely low-noise preamplifier and a high-performance sigma-delta ADC. Different power modes can be selected in order to suit specific current consumption requirements. Each IM69D130 microphone is calibrated with an advanced Infineon calibration algorithm, resulting in small sensitivity tolerances 1dB). The phase response is tightly matched 2░) between microphones, in order to support beamforming applications.


Dynamic range 105dB - Signal to noise ratio of 69dB(A) SNR - <1% total harmonic distortions 128dBSPL - Acoustic overload point at 130dBSPL Sensitivity 1dB) and phase 2░ @1kHz) matched Flat frequency response with low frequency roll off at 28Hz Very fast analog to digital conversion speed (6Ás latency @1kHz Power optimized modes determined by PDM clock frequency Package dimensions: x 1.2mm PDM output Omnidirectional pickup pattern

Typical applications

Devices with Voice User Interface (VUI) - Smart speakers - Home automation - IOT devices Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) headphones and earphones High quality audio capturing - Conference systems - Cameras and camcorders Industrial or home monitoring with audio pattern detection

Please read the Important Notice and Warnings at the end of this document

Below 1% total harmonic distortion - Voice command during music from the loud speaker - Effective active noise cancellation even close to loud noise source - Recordings in a discotheque at a rock concert High Signal to noise ratio - Far field audio signal pick-up - Low volume audio and whispered voice capturing - Microphone noise is no longer limiting the audio chain Sensitivity and phase matching - Full utilization of voice algorithms capability - Audio beam forming - High and precise attenuation of background noise Power optimized modes - Low current consumption for always on applications - Long operating time of battery powered devices


Technology qualified for industrial applications. Ready for validation in industrial applications according to the relevant tests of IEC 60747 and 60749 or alternatively JEDEC47/20/22.

Description.1 Features. 1 Typical applications. 1 Use cases.2 Block diagram. 2 Product validation. 2 Table of contents. Typical performance characteristics. 4 Acoustic characteristics. 5 Free field frequency response.6 Electrical parameters and characteristics.7 Absolute maximum ratings. 7 Electrical parameters. 7 Electrical characteristics. 8 Typical stereo application circuit. 10 Reliability specifications.11 Package information. 12 Footprint and stencil recommendation. 13 Packing. 14 Revision history. 15 Disclaimer. 16


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