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 Analog Design
     
 Basic Design Steps:

Phase 1:
Prototype

Phase 2:
Prototype Manufacture

Phase 3:
Full Production

 

TaborCo has primarily been involved with analog projects including amplifiers, pulse generators, test systems, data conversion, power supplies, battery chargers, power management, and precision spot heating & cooling.

With knowledge in digital and embedded systems, the analog design can often be kept simple.

With knowledge of physical effects and control theory, more challenging analog problems are solved.

Solving a problem almost always involves a prototype, and often simulation plays an important part of developing the prototype and creating a design that is robust. Testing is important too. Often with a design comes test procedures.

A minimum design effort will require all of the following steps, and often several more steps:

 
     
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PHASE 1: Prototype

  1. Initial product definition.
  2. Sketch.
  3. Component searches.
  4. Prototype Design.
  5. Prototype Documentation.
  6. Prototype Evaluation.

PHASE 2: Prototype Manufacture

  1. Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Design
  2. Documentation for PCB
  3. Fab of PCB
  4. Bill of Materials
  5. Evaluation
  6. Test Fixtures
  7. Customizing of Components
  8. Programming.
  9. Generate Documentation
  10. Build directions

PHASE 3: Full Production

  1. More Evaluation
  2. Documentation suitable for large production
  3. Manufacturing process design
  4. Process Sustaining (stand by to repair production problems)
 
     
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