Analog IC Design & Layout

Teamwork for your success

Analog IC design is used in the design of operational amplifiers, linear regulators, phase-locked loops, oscillators and active filters. It deals with the physics of semiconductor devices such as gain, matching, power dissipation and resistance. The accuracy of analog signal amplification and filtering is usually critical. As a result, analog ICs use active devices with a larger area than digital designs and typically have lower density in the circuits.

Operational amplifiers are widely used in analog signal processing. Signal scaling, active filters, impedance converters and drivers are just a few examples. The architecture and the development effort of the amplifiers are strongly dependent on the application and the required specifications. Many parameters such as bandwidth, current consumption, noise, offset, area requirement, dynamic range, driver capability, supply voltage and production test time have to be considered.

The eesy-ic development team has been working together for over many years and has led many projects to a successful result. From our oldest to our newest employee, we have over 100 years of collective experience in designing integrated circuits. Our team provides solutions every step of the way: From analog and mixed-signal design and layout to characterization, verification and product testing, our goal is to fulfil each client’s specific needs.

  • References
  • Operational amplifiers
  • Comparators
  • Analog voltage regulators
  • Power switches
  • Galvanic isolation
  • High accurate ICs
  • Low power consumption
  • Minimal space requirements
  • Powerful end product
  • Industrial applications
  • Power management
  • Signal conditioning of sensor outputs

ASICs for Sensor Applications

The Analog Design Flow in 7 steps. Please click the button to open.