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Electronic hardware design

Define hardware

How we achieve this:

This stage typically involves a thorough review of the project specifications and defining the functional requirements of the hardware. The design team determines the features that the hardware should include, its expected performance, and the environmental conditions in which it should operate.

Schematic design

How we achieve this:

This schematic includes components, such as resistors, capacitors, and integrated circuits, and the connections between them. The schematic serves as a blueprint for the physical layout of the hardware and guides the PCB design process.

PCB design

How we achieve this:

After creating the schematic, the hardware design team creates a printed circuit board (PCB) layout. This stage involves placing the components on the PCB and routing the connections between them. The PCB design process also involves selecting the appropriate materials and production techniques to ensure that the PCB is reliable and cost-effective to produce.

Prototype, test and

How we achieve this

Once the PCB design is complete, the hardware design team creates a prototype of the hardware. This prototype is tested to ensure that it meets the project requirements and specifications. If the prototype fails to meet the requirements, the design team goes back to the schematic design or PCB layout stage to make necessary changes and improvements.

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Embedded software

Embedded software refers to computer programs that are integrated into hardware devices, such as microcontrollers, sensors, and actuators.

It provides the necessary instructions for the hardware to perform specific functions and is an essential component of many electronic systems. Embedded software is designed to run on resource-constrained devices, often with limited processing power, memory, and storage.