Tech9 Corporation of Twin Cities, MN Introduces Electrical Engineering Services, including hardware, software, system architecture, IC chip and circuit design and much more.
(PRWEB) May 28, 2003
Tech9 Corporation, a Twin Cities designer and manufacturer of remote control products, has just introduced custom electrical engineering services. The company’s staff of 10 includes two PhD’s (EE), BSEE’s, a BSME and electronic techs. In addition to electronic data comm, experience includes digital and analog hardware design, system architecture and engineering, IC chip development, mechanical design, circuit board design, software, performance testing, magnetic materials and design, control system theory and performance analysis and project management.
Some digital hardware capabilities include microcontrollers, RISC, DSP, memory, discrete logic, PALs; FPGA’s, IP core technology, VDHL and Verilog. Analog hardware design includes data acquisition (A/D) and control; filters, low noise design; ultra low power applications, sensor interface, EMI/EMC design, voice recognition, wireless RF and IR data comm, simulation and breadboarding.
System architecture experience includes networked control computer architecture and engineering, analysis and system design support, independent project review, outsource subsystem, component developments; testing design, development and assessment; project rescue and external review.
Mechanical design capabilities include tool & die development, packaging and mechanical systems.
Software offerings feature pre-developed C modules. The company has wide experience with Z-World, 8051, x86, Z8, etc. in addition to Networked control computer architecture and software. Additional capabilities include OS: NCC, Palm, Win, special Web-enabled control. The company offers a wide range of languages, real time acquisition and control, and DSP filtering.
For complete information see our website or contact Tech9 Corporation, 2130 Woodale Dr., Mounds View, MN 55112 or phone (763) 717-0326.
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