Top-Vu Technology provides
chip design service and develops communication
integrated circuits. The service includes design layout and test
of digital analog microwave integrated circuits, device modeling
and characterization, foundry and paper study, research and
development, etc. The communication IC's include wireless, wireline
and fiber-optic transceivers (transmitters and receivers).
Our key competitive advantages include: talent and people, 15
years in business, problem solving, strong customer service and
competitive pricing. Our goal is to help our customers succeed.
Our team has a combined experience of over 200 years in the
We have extensive experience
working with various government agencies and commercial
companies including: US Dept of Defense (Air Force, Army, DTRA,
BMDO), NASA (Ames, GSFC, JPL), NSF, Boeing, Fujitsu, U of MN EE
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Wireless, wireline and fiber-optic
communication transceivers (transmitters and receivers). For the wireless
radio frequency applications, these include S, X, K, Q, V, W single and
multi-band transceivers and radar on chip.
Designed and simulated three active
filters at 40 Gb/s operation using SiGe. The 3 filter circuits include
a transversal filter, an adjustable filter, and a feedback filter. They are
used to compensate for dispersions in the fibers, and several other
Top-Vu Technology is actively
seeking corporate partners, licensing opportunities, and
technology transfer agreements to develop new products and
We would like to team with an
experienced government contract partner to apply for the
Government Mentor-Protégé programs (MPP).
DoD MPP and
have more information about their respective programs.
Top-Vu has been awarded over $2.5
million in government funding. The company is looking for the
first private placement, or is available for merger/acquisition
or strategic alliance.
Several analog circuits such as low
noise amplifiers, filters, mixers,
buffer amplifiers, variable gain amplifiers, power amplifiers,
frequency synthesizers, 50 Ohm
drivers, bias circuits, matching networks, transimpedance
amplifiers, limiting amplifiers, AGC's, equalizers, clock and
data recovery, PLL's, multiplexers, demultiplexers,
laser/modulator drivers, multipliers, modulators, signal
conditioning, voltage regulators, receivers, transmitters,
ADC's, DAC's, buffers, drivers, several digital circuits, and
sensors' electronics in various technologies including Si, SiGe, GaAs,
and InP. Some of our work received
Best Paper Award at GOMACTech.