To get in control of your electronics design, continuous analysis throughout the design cycle and close cooperation between schematic design, PCB design, and analysis engineers is key.

For every electronics design that we make, certify, or troubleshoot, we use our design and analysis expertise to make sure the final product is up and running in a snap.

Electronics design

We make the product you wish for. We combine our design and analysis expertise with frequent customer interaction to assure that we fully understand your project. Of course, we take time to market for your electronics designs seriously.
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PCB design

We design your PCB first time right. Our successful customers’ best-kept secret: no need to plan in a second round. We know from experience how to iterate towards a PCBA that works right out of the fab.
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Analysis throughout for a better design

Analysis results give detailed insights in how your electronics are going to behave. Our engineers work with component models and design tools day in, day out, so the models come to life. They have a feel for when a model is good enough, how analysis results translate to real life, and what they need to do to improve the design in the next iteration. Running one or more analyses below increases the chance of taking out design errors before a PCB goes into production.

For electronics designs and PCBs that are first time right, running all analysis below and using their results to improve is key. This is why we always recommend running all possible analyses.

1. Signal integrity analysis

High-speed behavior can affect over 80% of the signals on board. Investigating signal integrity in any step in the design process helps to take out the resulting signal integrity issues, before the PCB goes in production.
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2. Power integrity analysis

For high speed boards, the influence of switching signals on power rails becomes larger and this leads to more electromagnetic interference. Power aware simulation and power integrity analysis is key to prevent PCB respins.
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3. Timing analysis

Modern-day multi-functional devices support aggressive, multiple timing variations in their designs. To design out any timing disturbances and avoid intermittent failures in the product, timing analysis and verification is key.
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4. DfM/DfA Design for Manufacturing / Design for Assembly

At each successive step of the New Product Introduction (NPI) process, the cost of rectifying a product design problem increases enormously.
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Component library

Using high quality, well-maintained component libraries reduces respin risk. We have a library with thousands of components available for immediate use, and we create new ones when needed.
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