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Welcome to the Javelin resource center, where you can find white papers, process overviews, and other materials that offer an in-depth look at our methodology and perspective on integrating analog ASICs to enhance performance across diverse applications.

White Paper
Remove the “Frankenstein Effect” from Medical Devices by Utilizing Analog ASICs 

When designing medical devices, using incompatible discrete components can lead to integration issues and poor system performance, much like the disparate parts of Frankenstein’s monster. This white paper explores how analog ASICS alleviate these issues by consolidating multiple functions into a single chip, enhancing the interoperability of components within medical devices and improving overall functionality and reliability.

Process Overview
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Javelin ASIC Devices Turns Your Ideas Into Silicon Without the Hassle 

This overview highlights Javelin’s process for creating ASICs for its customers. It starts with a feasibility study that assesses potential risks and options for mitigation, followed by a design phase — carried out in collaboration with the customer — to create a detailed specification for the ASIC. The process culminates in the release of a database to a wafer foundry for production, and specialized quality testing.

White Paper
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Seven Steps to a Successful Analog ASIC

This white paper outlines the process and considerations for integrating analog ASICs, addressing common misconceptions and emphasizing the importance of detailed planning and understanding non-recurring engineering (NRE) costs. It explores the need for comprehensive internal analysis, realistic expectations in terms of product longevity and volume, and aligning designs with production to avoid potential conflicts and ensure quality.

White Paper
Demystifying Analog ASICs, a Powerful Tool in Your Engineering Toolbox 

There are many misconceptions in regard to analog ASICs, and they are addressed in this paper with an emphasis on the devices’ benefits for diverse applications, regardless of complexity or volume. Differentiating mixed-signal from analog ASICs, the paper highlights the low risks associated with ASICs and the value of custom analog design for achieving superior performance and flexibility in manufacturing.

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