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Subject: Re: design help please
Date: Sat, 02 Nov 2002 10:30:28 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 02 Nov 2002 11:30:28 CET
Organization: Telia Internet
price is $100.000 for the ASIC designer and more + your own time + travel costs
and loss of time you could spent of earning money :)
so you just have to count on the difference of the price of the cheapest design
you can do without ASIC. Then you have the amount of ASIC you have to sell and
then get the profit!
If you cant sell to a high price you have to sell more.....
Think it over, if you ever ask about it here, you probably have to design it in
David Jones wrote:
> I'd like to design a cricuit with the following characteristics. It needs
> to be very small, I need to be able to have 5 different outputs,which would
> be five different pairs of wires(+ and -) that I could connect to something
> else. I need to be able to program that circuit to send electricity to those
> different terminals at different dc(on off) frequencies, all independent of
> each other. I also need to be able to tell the circuit to provide
> electricity to each individual terminal at the desired frequency for a
> certain amount of time(say 1/20 of a second to 10 seconds). Can someone
> give me an outline of what I should think about using. I'm a beginner to
> electronics so I also have to study new electronic concepts. Any advice on
> what I should look into such as programmable microprocessors(which I know
> nothing about at the moment) or mosfets or what. And how can I make it
> extremely small? Is it possible to make your own integrated circuits even
> if they are much larger than typical IC's? and be able to do so at a
> reasonable price?
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