We understand analogue electronics very well, here is a taste of the type of analogue electronics that we have designed:
The mass-produced ballasts that turn on CFLs (Compact Fluorescent Lightbulbs).
The audio circuits that are used in broadcast, HiFi, telephones, radios, headsets - including the small signal microphones type amplifiers to the large signal power amplifiers used to drive speakers.
Audio and video studio equipment such as mixing desks, routing systems, standards conversion, and postproduction equipment, used in studios all over the world including the BBC who we have collaborated with.
Broadcast quality video and audio equipment such as cameras, video links, outside broadcast and intercom systems used by broadcasters such as ARTE, BBC and PBS.
Fibre optic links, microscopes, lasers, LED backlights, infrared systems etc.
Cameras for broadcast, security, medical devices, industry, and aerospace, in the visible and extended spectrums, with fixed focus, zoom and liquid lenses
Radio electronics for satellite links, telephone systems, IoT, Bluetooth, WiFi etc.
Even a portable, battery powered oven.
Headsets for retail staff, soldiers, and security.
We have designed medical electronics that can sense the body’s bioelectrical signals for electrocardiograms (ECG - heart), electromyograms (EMG - muscles) and electroencephalograms (EEG – brainwaves).
When displaying and measuring brainwaves using an electroencephalograms (EEG) the medical device needs to be able to detect and measure bioelectrical signals with amplitudes in the microvolts (μV).
Solid state power distribution for commercial airliners.
Battery circuits and power control for beyond line of sight drones.
All types of battery powered devices used in many different consumer, industrial and IoT devices.
Even battery powered medical devices that surgeons use for surgical suturing or anaesthetists use to visualise during complicated intubations.
Many different types of sensors that use light, temperature, pressure, sound, humidity, magnetic fields, radiation, electric fields, radio, acceleration, gases, liquids, particles, biological matter
Circuits for driving and controlling motors, actuators, relays and solenoids.
High speed electronics design. We have helped several semiconductor manufacturers optimise the application circuits and PCB layout for their devices.
Careful printed circuit board (PCB) layout, fabrication and assembly are very important to ensure that electronic circuits perform reliably, and so that the electronics meets electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and safety standards.
But it demonstrates the accumulated knowledge and experience that will help us design your next electronic device.