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Embedded Design Services

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At Atya Technologies, we offer a comprehensive range of Embedded Design Services (EDS) for custom hardware design. Our expert team is skilled in developing a wide range of solutions, from small and power-efficient designs to high-performance systems that can withstand rugged environments. Our services cover every aspect of the design process, including schematic design, finalizing the bill of materials, designing Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs), prototyping, production support, and FPGA design services. We work closely with our customers to provide tailored solutions that meet their specific needs.

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Our Expertise Include

  • Low power – architecture and physical implementation

  • High-performance – pipeline design and I/Os

  • Multiple clock domains

  • High-speed Interfaces: SERDES (Serializer/Deserializer) (10G serial, XAUI, PCIe), PCI-Express, USB 2.0/3.0, Thunderbolt

  • High-performance Memory Sub-Systems – DDR2/DDR3 Memory controllers, Flash controller

  • All major CPU, GPU, and DSP architectures including multi-core ARM/custom architectures

  • FPGA design and simulation, conversions from FPGA to ASIC

Control PCB for Lens Control Unit
 

These Control PCB’s are developed, Fabricated, assembled and tested by RTS which control the Zoom speed of the lens and Focus for long range night vision IR Camera.

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FPGA prototyping

At RTS, we understand the growing need for FPGA prototyping services for ASIC-based solutions. That's why we have developed innovative methodologies and techniques to assist ASIC developers in implementing high-quality prototype solutions efficiently and cost-effectively. Our dedicated team is committed to providing expert support throughout the prototyping process, ensuring optimal results for our clients. At RTS, we are your trusted partner for FPGA prototyping services.

FPGA prototyping of large ASIC and SoC designs Eases using

  • ​Multi-processing the synthesis, mapping, partition, and place and route tool chain to enable large designs to be processed in hours

  • Automated partitioning and time-domain multiplexing (TDM) of critical signals, to avoid FPGA I/O bottlenecks

  • Combining firmware and hardware to make it possible to distribute clock, reset, and other key signals across dozens of FPGAs

  • Multi-FPGA debug schemes with lots of storage, to avoid impacting the prototype floorplan

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