Technology

Research and Development Projects

“PROTOTIPO DE CONVERTIDOR A/D DE ALTA VELOCIDAD (150MSPS) Y PRECISIÓN (12 BITS) CON AUTO-CALIBRACIÓN ENDURECIDO CONTRA RADIACIÓN”

HIGH SPEED (150 MSPS), HIGH ACCURACY (12 bits), RADIATION-HARDENED A/D CONVERTER WITH AUTOCALIBRATION

Project co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER) with the aim of promoting technological development, innovation and quality research.

 

Product Development

The company’s activity currently focuses on the development of state-of-the-art products for aerospace, defense and industrial systems, and, in particular, mixed-signal applications for unmanaged uses in extreme non-constant environment conditions.

2SE’s technology is based on research & development activities and an in-depth knowledge of microelectronic circuit design. Our main technological capabilities are:

  • Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs): focusing on the research, design and production of high precision high-speed converters for high-reliability applications.
  • Digital-Analog Converters (DACs): focusing on high precision high-speed converters.
  • Analog-front-end (AFE + ADC): analog signal acquisition systems and A/D conversion for communication applications.
  • Microcontrollers: acquisition systems with on-chip ADCs/DACs and signal processing.
  • Communication interfaces: SPIs, LVDS ports, etc.
  • High performance analog and mixed signal (AMS) components, including a wide variety of devices such as voltage generators, regulators, current generators, bandgaps, buffers, comparators, instrumentation amplifiers, etc.

Technological Nodes

2SE is a fabless company with extensive experience in CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconduc­tor) technologies from leading global semiconductor foundries like TSMC, UMC, ST, Tower Jazz, AMS and XFAB.

The company specializes in providing high-speed high precision solutions in the technology nodes most widely employed in mixed-signal applications for the aerospace industry (90nm, 130nm, 180nm and 350nm), with emphasis on the design of radiation hardened devices.