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Expertise

Our expertise and services can be categorised in the following disciplines

Categories

Hardware
Software
Firmware
Mechanical
Documentation
Manufacturing 

Hardware

  • Microprocessors and microcontrollers up to 32 bit including Hitachi, Philips, Motorola and Z80 processors.
  • FPGA design and simulation.
  • Ethernet hardware design for 10Base-T networks.
  • USB peripheral design.
  • Low power switched mode power supplies.
  • Telephony products including full ACA compliance. Experience with local and overseas telephony standards.
  • All products are designed to pass EMC compliance first time.
  • PCB layout using Protel CAD.
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Software

  • PC software using Borland C++.
  • Specialists in application code to communicate with hardware peripherals.
  • All firmware is flowcharted at the beginning, and updated during development.
  • Flowcharting is done using appropriate commercial software.
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Firmware

  • C and assembler firmware for most microcontrollers.
  • Use in-circuit emulators and debuggers to optimise time-to-market.
  • Can write code for any processor, from 8 bit to 32 bit.
  • Code written for many applications including TCP/IP, USB, facsimile and modem products.
  • All firmware is flowcharted at the beginning, and updated during development.
  • Flowcharting is done using appropriate commercial software.
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 Mechanical

  • Mechanical and industrial design.
  • Plastic enclosure design for new products.
  • Access to low cost plastic cases – tooled and tool-less.
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Documentation

  • Schematic diagrams and wiring diagrams.
  • Software and firmware source codes rich with comments to make understanding of the code as easy as possible.
  • Manufacturing procedures outlining how the product should be manufactured.
  • Test procedures for end of line and field testing.
  • Materials procurement and Bills Of Materials (BOM).
  • Design manuals explaining the electronic hardware and technical aspects of the product.
  • Software manuals with flowcharts explaining how the software and firmware is structured and how it flows.
  • Mechanical drawings showing all aspects of the product’s structure.
  • Service manuals to facilitate field and back to base repair.
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Manufacturing

  • Materials procurement.
  • PCB assembly.
  • Product assembly.
  • Board and product testing as per written specifications.
  • Burn-in.
  • Packaging and delivery.
  • Warranty and servicing.
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