Electrical Engineering

We help clients realize reliable analog, digital, power and RF electronic products for a wide range of applications: instrumentation; computing; signal processing; communication; transportation; entertainment; control systems and more.

Learn more about our Capabilities

Capability Highlights

  • Hardware architecture
  • Low-noise analog signal acquisition
  • Digital signal processing
  • Wireless communications
  • Computer peripherals
  • Displays and graphics
  • Image processing
  • Power supplies from single cell to multi-kilovolt and multi-kilowatt
  • Motor drives from timekeeping to electric vehicle traction drives
  • Motion control
  • Digital design: microcontrollers to high-speed FPGAs & ASICs
  • Embedded systems
  • Portable and wearable electronics
  • Ultra-low power systems
  • EMC and safety agency compliance
  • Sensors, transducers and actuators

Our Areas of Expertise

Analog Low-noise signal acquisition, filtering and processing. Wideband voltage and transimpedance amplifiers. A/D conversion.
Digital FPGA & CPLD logic design in Verilog and VHDL; Microcontrollers. DSP and image processing.
Power Power supplies: high-efficiency, high-voltage. Power management: switching, sequencing. Power amplifiers: voltage or current output. Motor drives: DC, stepper, brushless DC, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine (PMSM).
Sensors Temperature, pressure, inertial, strain, encoders, radiation, light, etc.
RF Bluetooth,WiFi,Zigbee. RF Sensors: NMR, MRI.
Tools Schematic capture: Altium, Orcad. Layout: Altium, Allegro, PADS. EDA simulation: High-speed analog, microwave/millimeter-wave, antenna, HFSS, CST, ADS, Microwave Office, LTSpice, Tina Spice, Intusoft, Pspice. Digital simulation: ModelSim, Xilinx tool suite
Other PCB layout, board packaging, thermal design. Design to meet safety (60601-1), emissions & susceptibility standards (EMI/ESD,60601-1-2).
Approach Informed design, Requirements analysis, Architectural trade-offs, Design reviews. Design re-use (libraries of proven designs): Circuit & Verilog topologies.
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