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Faststream Technologies has deep expertise in Analog, Mixed-Signal Wireless,  and RF Design. It covers amplifiers, signal condition, passive and active filter, PLLs, audio processing, low-noise design, micropower design, A/D, D/A conversion, and many more related areas. 

 

We have sound experience from DC to low GHz microwave frequencies. Besides this, we are prominent in designing wireless devices that operate in the 2.4 GHz Industrial, Scientific, and Medical ISM band.

 Tools used for Analog and Mixed-Signal Design

 

  • Cadence Virtuoso is used for Schematic Capture and Mask Design.
  • Cadence Specter, Specter-RF, ADE, and Specter Multi-Mode Sim with Analog/Mixed-Signal are used for Circuit simulation.
  • Keysight ADS Momentum is 3-D planar EM simulation software used for RF circuit and antenna analysis
  • Mentor Calibre is our primary tool for RC parasitic extraction and DRC and LVS checking
  • MATLAB/SIMULINK is used for System Analysis modeling
  • Faststream’s server farm provides more than enough power than is needed to simulate and check the largest analog cores and chip designs.

 

Analog Design Expertise

 

  • Analog and power amplifiers
  • Precision analog signal processing, e.g. peak-detectors, RMS detectors, current sources, multipliers, etc.
  • Passive RF and low-frequency (lumped element) filters
  • Active filters
  • Sensor and transducer signal conditioning
  • Phase-Locked Loop (PLLs)
  • Low-noise and low-jitter system designs
  • Micro-power and battery-power designs
  • RF amplifier in Monolithic microwave integrated circuit (MMIC) and filter applications
  • Semiconductor Design in Discrete Applications
  • Custom designs for magnetic material and Transformers
  • Circuit simulation and optimization using PSPICE, LTSPICE tool
  • Digital to Analog and Analog to Digital Data-conversion up to 24-bit and 1 GSPS+
  • 2.4 GHz ISM Band Wireless design such as WiFi, BLE, Zigbee, etc.

Our Complete RF and Wireless Design Solutions:

 

  • End to End Designs from Antenna to Network 
  • Our complete Expertise in antennas 
  • Various Mesh Network Solutions augmented through multi-RF Networks 
  • Development of RF Amplifier up to 20W 
  • Communications to the Internet of Things (IoT) 
  • Bluetooth (BLE) on Low Energy or Classic and RFID
  • GPS and Wi-Fi 
  • Various RF Test Development for wireless solutions varying range in DC 30 GHz 
  • RF Cellular Solutions on Base Station routers for GSM, 2G, 3G, and LTE & WiMAX Deployments. 
  • ZigBee based products

WIRELESS DESIGN

 

Expertise in Wireless Protocol

  • Layer-1 & Layer-2
  • BPSK, QPSK, QAM, OFDM Modulator/Demodulator
  • Designing of different signal processing algorithms like AGC, Packet Acquisition, Time Synchronization, Frequency Synchronization, Channel Estimation
  • Forward Error Correction Blocks-LDPC Encoder/Decoder.
  • Reed Solomon (RS) Forward Error Correction for SAS-5, 25G Ethernet, OTN2e.
  • Soft-Decision FEC
  • 802.11 MAC implementation
  • Custom implementation 802.11n for 10Km Link

RF DESIGN

 

Faststream Technologies offers RF Design, development, production, test, and qualification services. Our expertise spans high frequency (HF) to Ku-Band frequencies on the RF components such as transmitters, receivers, and RF subsystems: up converters, down converters, front ends, low no amplifiers, power amplifiers, bidirectional amplifiers, and RF filters. With state-of-the-art design and simulation tools, test and measurement equipment, prototyping equipment, and a full-scale production facility, we can uphold transition concepts to high-performance designs quickly and cost-effectively.

 

RFIC

RFIC Design Services OFFERED 

 

  • RF, Analog & Mixed-Signal IC’s and Module design services
  • RF, Analog & Mixed-Signal layout design services
  • RF Prototype Board Design & Development
  • Highly Integrated Packaging, MCMs (Multi-Chip Module)

 

TECHNOLOGY EXPERTISE

 

  • Process: RFCMOS, CMOS, BiCMOS, GaAs, SiGe, InGaP/GaAs
  • Packaging: Standard packages, Modules

Analog and Mixed-Signal Design