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Hardware Design

 

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Schematics are captured using Cadence Orcad Capture

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Printed circuit board (PCB) layout is performed with  Mentor PADS PowerPCB 

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Parts data include vendor information, manufacturer data, pricing, delivery, quotes, etc., is stored using Trilogy Design Parts & Vendors

 

Mechanical Design
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Mechanical designs are designed using Solidworks

Microprocessor/Microcomputer Development:

bulletWe have developed products which incorporate a wide variety of microprocessors and microcomputers.  In consequence, we have compilers and emulators for many microcomputers from many manufactures.   Microprocessor Designs has an excellent working relationship with the most microcomputer manufacturers including Intel, Renesas, Microchip, Freescale, ST, TI and others.  

Some of the processors we have used include:
bulletNXP - 8051variants
bulletMicrochip - 16Fxx, 18Fxx, 24Fxx, DSPIC
bulletIntel - x86
bulletRenesas H8, H8S
bulletFreescale - HC11, HC12, HC16, S08, PowerQuick Family, SuperVZ Family, iMX Family
bulletARM - ARM 7, ARM Cortex M3, ARM 9
bulletTI - TMS320LF24xx, TMS320LF28xx, MSP430xxxx
bulletST - STM32F1xx, STM32F2xx, STM32F4xx

 

PC Host Software

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'C' and 'C++' applications are developed with Microsoft's Visual Studio

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Cross Platform Designs (Win PCs, MAC OS, Linux) use Nokia's QT

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National Instruments Developers Suite is also used for tester applications

 

Documentation
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Text documents are created using Microsoft Word

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Block diagrams are usually implemented using Microsoft Visio

 

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Last modified: June 13, 2016