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Prototype and Prototype Manufacturing Service are an ongoing effort for PrototypeXpress. Getting from a concept idea to a working prototype is often the first stage in developing a sucessful product.
Our major IC design projects are:
Design of Receiver Chipset for PHS Phone
Two patents issued. This chipset has been designed for Japanese cordless phone
his chipset has been used in mass production of Symbolic DECT mobile handsets.
This chipset has been used in mass production of Ericsson mobile handset. The above figure shows the cover page of RF Design Magazine related to this chipset.
6 patents issued and chipset has been used in mass production of Fizz and Spare mobile handsets.
Two patents issued. The chipset has been used in Siemens DECT handsets and Alps DECT Module.
Design of 1V CMOS Pager Chipset
This chipset has been designed with 0.35 CMOS technology. The results have been two technical papers presented at IEEE IC design conferences.
This chipset has been designed with TSMC 0.35um CMOS technology. This chip is interfaced with the Baseband unit that provides further processing on the signal.
Four patents issued. The baseband performance has been tested and approved by implementation on Altera FPGA circuits.
This IC has been mass-produced and used in 802.11b wireless LAN devices.
Four patents filed and the IC has been used in 802.11a WLAN equipment.
Design of ICs in 0.13 um technology, several key patents filed.
Redesign of GPS RF IC
This chip has low power consumption in comparison to the last sample and in accordance to its structure occupies a smaller place than the other one. This chip has the ability to change the signal path gain (VGA). This chipset has been designed with 0.35um CMOS technology.
This RF chip and a full Arm-based FPGA for Baseband have been developed. First full signal locked off the air was received in the first week of May 2004.
The target is to design and implement a GPS Baseband Processor on a FPGA. This FPGA has the ability to lock and extract the transmitted data from 12 satellites simultaneously. Low power consumption of this GPS makes it suitable for use in mobiles and hand watches. The design has standard AMBA buses so it can easily be used beside an ARM processor.
The target of this project is to design and manufacture an RFID chip with average range of 10 meters and data rate of 50Kbps in the frequency of 2.4 GHz. This chipset has been designed with 0.18um CMOS technology.
This chip has the ability to receive energy from radiated RF signal, reading from and writing to EEPROM Anti Collision algorithm and is accessible to 70 units of seconds.
This chip works in two frequency modes: 2.4 MHz and 100 MHz and it can work in active and/or passive states.
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