Faststream Technologies is a semiconductor design company that designs and markets specialty memory products for high reliability, extended temperature applications for industrial and medical applications. Quality, reliability, and sensitivity are the most significant for the equipment manufactured in the medical market segments. At Faststream, excellent standards and reliability are designed in, not just tested-in. The significance of quality and reliability starts at the earliest point of product design and continues at every step, right through to customer shipment. Faststream provides ASIC Design on Medical Device services with detailed device experts.
Faststream provides a wide range of memory products for use in medical devices which incorporates Flash, Ultra-Low Power (ULP) SRAMs, PSRAMs, and Mobile DRAMs for power critical, portable applications. Application Specific Integrated Circuit is used nowadays in implantable medical devices that can supply therapy for a number of conditions, from pain management to epilepsy and psychological disorders. A medical IC can be used in devices programmed to deliver drugs in a more productive way to effectively treat and relieve patient’s conditions with very few side effects. As implantable devices need to be small, lightweight and use less power, medical ICs aids you to come across the needs of medical device integration.
We provide innovative custom analog and mixed-signal integrated circuit solutions. We custom design ICs for medical devices with low power requirements and small form-factors, for both implantable and external medical applications. Our integrated circuits for medical devices can be found in many class III implantable devices and the target customers vary from a small firm to established medical device companies.
The prototyping board depending on ASIC Design on Medical Device is designed to readout Analog and Digital ASIC. This platform is designed for imaging purposes: Calorimetry, Silicon Tracker, and Medical Imaging.
The platform provides up to 240 digital high-speed I/O and 8, 120 MSPS 14 bit ADC channels. Almost all modern front-end ASIC can be validated with this system It is possible to read-out:
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We have designed and developed an ASIC for sensing to set up straight with the contact lens. The MEMS sensor which can be digitized through ASIC is reading and transfers the assessments back to the recorder with the same RF link used to power the device using load modulation techniques. By using a 0.35µm process, Faststream could incorporate power capture and conditioning, RF signaling, high linearity ADC, and digital control functionality on a single die within the limited power budget and at low cost.
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