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Engineering Services

  • Hardware
  • Software
  • Mechanical
  • Test

Managed Services

  • Oversee your organization and systems
  • Manage everyday workforce responsibilities
  • Complete team approach from management through individual contributors

Project Services

  • Statement of Work style projects pinpoint required skills and experience needed 
  • Defined budget per project
  • Detailed timeline start to finish

Staffing Services

  • Contract & Contract to Hire
  • Direct Hire

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Analog/Mixed Signal Design Engineer Available

Kevin– Analog/Mixed Signal Design Engineer

  • Buck, Boost, LDO, Regulators ADC
    • 1.2V buck converter, 50mA output
    • 3.3V boost converter, 150mA output
  • Current-limited voltage source for PoDL detect circuit.
  • Sense chopper amplifier for PoE.
  • Audio codec Development

Manufacturing Mechanical Engineer Available

 Ayobe – Manufacturing Mechanical Engineer

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Process Development
  • Operational Reliability
  • Process Control/Reengineering
  • Component Testing
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Project Management
  • Contract Administration
  • Operations/Maintenance
  • Designing and implementing cost effective solutions within complex R&D
  • Pilot scale and manufacturing environments for commercial and governmental organizations

Hardware/Firmware Engineer with Experience Developing Verilog Generators & Flash Emulation


  • Writes/debugs Python based firmware test programs for a new device, including battery.
  • Implements both C and Python elliptical curve cryptographic routines and test bench for digital signatures to validate battery packs.
  • Responsible for the ROM contents on Veridian. Additionally responsible for the new Flash programming and erase routines for the customer. Develops random test bench to exercise the Flash memory.
  • Wrote a python emulator of the Veridian device. The ARM cortex M0+ core was modelled along with RAM, ROM, FLASH, UART and other blocks. The emulator reads the ELF file containing the binary code compiled by the Keil tools and provides a near clock accurate execution model of that code running on Veridian. This enables the Veridian ROM image to be debugged in advance of Silicon.
  • Developed a flash emulation on a FPGA. Through a ROM based C program, emulates the Flash API library to allow the Veridian customer to develop their firmware on a FPGA with confidence that it will function on the silicon when it is finished.
  • Developed a Verilog AMS generator to interface the digital and analog portions of Veridian together. This enabled the design team to simulate concurrently the digital and analog design databases.
  • Developed a Verilog generator that instantiates the level shifters between the different power domains on Veridian. The Python programs reads an Excel spreadsheet to get a template and then generates a Verilog netlists as per that template.
  • MSEE, Purdue University

Test Technician Specialized in High-Throughput Testing of WCSP

Honorio – Test/Qual Technician

  • Conducted hand-screening of prototype IC units on ATE and bench EVM platforms to support customer sample demand.
  • Specialized in high-throughput testing of smaller package sizes, including WCSP packages on the order of 1.5 mm dimension.
  • Such hand activity routinely involved quantities in the thousands at rates ranging from 100 units per hour to 500 units per hour, and demanded innovation of customized testing approaches and apparatus.


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