Germany#;s Peiker Acustic has licensed Clarity’s CVC (Clear Voice Capture) software technology for its Bluetooth hands-free car-kit system being introduced on some DaimlerChrysler 2003 model products.

Peiker has also licensed the Clarity software for all hands-free systems sold in European markets and to OEM customers world-wide.

The Clarity software is claimed to ‘capture#; a user#;s voice from background sounds (including other voices) rather than use its rivals#; ‘noise cancellation#; approach to simply suppress noise components.

This approach, Clarity claims, makes the voice more intelligible for the human ear, more recognisable for the computer and optimises bandwidth in CDMA telecommunications networks.

Peiker hands-free cellular products are already used in Mercedes and BMW vehicles sold in Europe and Asia.

The hands-free kits offered in 2003 DaimlerChrysler models will initially support popular Nokia and Motorola brand phones.

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Bluetooth is a specification for low-power, short-range wireless connection system enabling devices to communicate with each other.

Using Bluetooth, a mobile phone in a driver#;s briefcase, pocket or hands-free car cradle can be operated via a separate microphone installed in the car using voice commands enabled with speech recognition features and CVC.