The team at Analog Alchemy has a history of systems, designs and inventions.
Analog Alchemy has a proven track record of defining IC products based on a solid understanding of system design objectives, bridging the gap between system design and analog IC design through novel ways of analog signal processing and IC architectures. Our designs enable vendors to build innovative, cost-effective and market leading products, as evidenced by our customer testimonials.
The team at Analog Alchemy has a history of systems, designs and inventions, which is almost beyond compare in the world of analog and mixed signal semiconductors. We are the authors of many publications and over 20 key patents in the fields of ADCs, DACs, Amplifiers and PLLs.
The following are examples of key patents for which individual members of the Analog Alchemy team are credited as inventors.
- Integrated circuit arrangement comprising at least one digital-analogue converter
- A digital phase detector and a method for the generation of a digital phase detection signal
- Circuit arrangement and method for limiting a signal voltage
- Integrated circuit arrangement for generating a digital variable gain control signal
- Digital adjustment of an oscillator
- Circuit for low noise, fully differential amplification
- Class AB amplifier circuit with combined quiescent current and common mode control
- Method and circuit arrangement for generating a periodic electrical signal with controllable phase
- Delta-sigma analog digital converter with offset compensation
- Continuous-time delta-sigma analog digital converter
- Controllable current source for a phase locked loop
- Amplifier with low pass filter feedback
- Integrated circuit arrangement with a cascoded current source and an adjusting circuit for adjusting the operating point of the cascoded current source
- Inductive element of an integrated circuit
- Method for operating a comparator and a pre-amplifier of an integrated circuit, which pre-amplifier is connected in series to the comparator, as well as an integrated circuit arrangement comprising a comparator and a pre-amplifier which is connected in series to the comparator