Low Power

By understanding your system and choosing the right process it is possible to design an ASIC that consumes a minimum possible amount of energy.

Many tricks can be applied to an ASIC to save energy. The first and most obvious step is to turn off sections that are not used. You may also consider a process that provides lower leakage currents such as an SOI process. However, what’s most important to understand is the application and its role in the system to ensure minimum energy consumption.

We have extensive experience working with battery-operated systems, and we know how to design for low power consumption. Let us tell you how!

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Sensors

An analog-front-end ASIC gives many advantages.

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MEMS

MEMS devices are used in many different types of products. If you need to interface to, or integrate, a MEMS device in your product an ASIC from SGA may be the way to go.

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High-Voltage

Regardless of whether you need 5V or 200V SGA has the experience and knowledge to help meet your requirements.

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Low Power

By understanding your system and choosing the right process it is possible to design an ASIC that consumes a minimum possible amount of energy.

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Digital Design

We help you bridge the gap of the analog world around us and the ever-evolving digital world.

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Power Control

The key to high efficiency is well-optimized power management.

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Measurement Systems

Sensor supply, signal routing, and signal conditioning are all important ingredients in a measurement system.

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