Electronic Design

Analogue or Digital, PCB or Silicon Chip Design .

Fully Differential OP-AMP

ASIC design

FPGA design

Analogue Electronics / Power Amplifer design

Embedded System design

Display design

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Your application will dictate what electronic design procedure to adopt and what technology should be considered. In general electronic design can be considered as analogue or digital circuits or a mixture of the two. The substrate on which the circuit exists defines the technology. Component based designs use Printed Circuit Boards or thick film whilst integrated designs use thin film transistors and interconnect etched onto a Silicon, Glass or even plastic substrate.

We design our analogue circuits up to about a maximum of 40MHz.Gain Bandwidth. The graphics on this page show part of a 40MHz Fully differential Amplifier designed on 0.35micro silicon. Our primary design and verification language is PSPICE and using our Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools, we can design to PCB, Silicon or Glass substrate level.

Most sensors systems use analogue circuits as the primary electronic interface. But we also design amplifiers, including fully differential op-amps and power circuits using the Switched Mode (SMPS).

For us digital design covers Microprocessors, Field Programmable Gate Arrays and gate level implementations. We use a range of "Microchip" processors, using C as the primary programming language .We prefer using ALTERA FPGAs, using VHDL as the primary hardware description language. Gate-Level design is usually performed at the Silicon Level. Simple gates are design and then more complex functions are created from them by wiring them together. These are fully custom designs.

We've designed; data-logging systems, Embedded sensors and controllers, LCD Row&Column drivers and real-time video manipulation systems to name but a few.



Technologically uncommitted.
Analogue Design to 40MHz
Signal or Power Designs
Embedded Processor and FPGA to 100MHz
Full custom Digital