Switched-Mode Signal Processing
Analog design in the time-domain
Signal information encoded only in pulse-widths
Near-supply analog operation
Signal swing only depends on width of pulses
Improves with CMOS scaling
Transistors get faster with scaling
*US Patent #10075133B2: Systems and methods for ring-oscillator based operational amplifiers for scaled CMOS technologies
Our products – Highly integrated chips and ADC IP
Next-generation ADCsOur first generation of products is for the medical imaging and 4G/WiFI markets. We have silicon-proven devices from TSMC’s 28nm HPM process and test results are available under NDA. Our next generation of products is geared for the high bandwidth requirements needed for LIDAR, 5G wireless, and G.fast communication systems. We also have basic IP available such as bandgap references and LVDS drivers.
SMI Si-proven ADC advantagesUsing continuous-time sigma-delta ADCs reduce system cost as it relaxes the anti-aliasing requirements. In addition, because of the input being resistive instead ofcapacitive like most ADCs, it lowers the power requirements of the input buffer. Also, our ADCs are able to tolerate a lot of clock jitter which allows the system designer to use less-costly PLLs for clock generation.
SMI lowers system cost
Single voltage supply operation
Robust jitter tolerance
Resistive input, easier to drive
Meet Our Team
Jayanth received his PhD in 2014 from Columbia University and has been working on switched-mode signal processing for over 7 years. He has published at ISSCC, CICC, ESSCIRC, JSSC and has 3 granted patents.
Augustine KuoAugustine received his BS EECS from UC Berkeley and MS ECE from Carnegie Mellon University. He has over 20 years of experience and has worked at Cirrus Logic, Altima Communications (purchased by Broadcom), Broadcom and SuVolta. He has 9 patents granted.
R Scott Hills
Scott received his BS EE from Cal Poly. He has over 30 years of experience and has worked at Cirrus Logic, AMD, IDT, Dialog Semi, and Cortus.
Keith LoboKeith is an Advisor to Management at Seamless Microsystems. His career includes twenty-two years in the Semiconductor industry, where he helped build and run three landmark startups, LSI Logic (now part of Broadcom), Chips & Technologies (now part of Intel), and Quickturn Design Systems (now part of Cadence).
Vipin is a business advisor to management at Seamless Microsystems. He has more than 20 years of extensive experience in product development, product marketing, business development, technology licensing, engineering management and memory design. Currently Mr. Tiwari is Director, Embedded Memory Product Development, at Silicon Storage Technology, Inc., a Microchip Technology company.
Peter is a technical advisor at Seamless Microsystems. He has worked in industrial research and development at Bell Laboratories, Broadcom, Celight and Multilink before joining the faculty of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Columbia University, NY in 2002, where he currently is the Department Chair and Bernard J. Lechner Professor in Electrical Engineering. He is also a consulting expert on patent litigation and a technical consultant to industry. His research interests are in analog, RF and power integrated circuits and the applications they enable in communications, sensing, and power management.