Architect and prototype analog & mixed-signal ICs

Interactive development environment for board designers to build better systems

We build the IP, you build the future

EZasic's library of configurable circuit blocks frees you from transistor-level design. We create and prove the IP blocks. You configure them and hook them together to create your solution.

Verified IP Examples

  • 16 Bit Sigma Delta ADC

    • Up to 96dB SNDR at 73% Full Scale
    • Up to 8Khz signal bandwidth
    • Optional differential input gain
    • Optional 3 channel input mux
  • Reference Structure

    • Software-selectable voltage & current reference
    • Bandgap (Temperature compensated)
    • DTMOS (Tempurature compensated)
    • External (user-provided)
    • Buffered voltage output
    • Voltage-to-current converted output
  • Programmable Voltage Gain Amp

    • Configurable programmable voltage gain amp
    • Choose number of gains up to 8
    • Customize each gain step value
    • inverting or non inverting
  • 11-Bit SAR ADC

    • Configurable A-to-D converter
    • Successive Approximation Register (SAR)
    • 38 kHz sample rate
    • +/-0.5 DNL & INL
    • Configurable reference voltages set full-scale range and voltage resolution
See Configuration

Free, Interactive ASIC Architecture Environment

Our development tools run natively in your browser. There's nothing to download and you are working on your first design in seconds. Our software is easy to learn and easy to use.

Screenshot of the EZasic Schematic Capture tool
Schematic design review flow
EZasic software requires no license, no installation, and no specific operating system.

Customized Mixed-Signal for your IoT Requirements

EZasic enables you to go from analog-to-internet with high performance architectures tailored to your consumer, medical, wearable, industrial, and automotive smart sensor needs.

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ISIC flow and pricing

EZasic is like having a complete IC factory in your browser