Custom Electronic Design Services

Integra is an electronic design company where your ideas are embodied in real products. Supported by extensive experience in electronic product development, we design custom electronics that fully meet project requirements and customer expectations.
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What we do

We provide a complete cycle of electronics design services, delivering a product that is fully ready for manufacturing. Our electronic designers take extreme care of the overall development process - from the selection of components to the PCB assembly and testing. Within our electronic engineering services, we develop solutions for digital and analog electronics, build automation devices, multisensor IoT network systems, power management systems, and FPGA-based systems. Integra offers electronic product design services for industrial solutions, healthcare, consumer electronics, and other industries and businesses. As an outsourcing engineering company, we work with both startups and large enterprises all over the world providing high-quality electronic product design services.

What's included?

Our electronic design services embrace the whole process of creating a product, from a schematic to a prototype. Integra’s hardware professionals design a board layout for custom multilayer and high-speed PCBs. We build devices that process digital audio and video signals, implementing different algorithms for DSP processors. We also develop analog circuits for different purposes and design high-power switching schematics, even for analog electronics. As part of our custom electronics design services, Integra develops wireless systems, including low-powered wearable devices and embedded systems that support cellular networks.

Power Electronics design

If your product needs a solution to manage, process, store, or convert electric power, our engineering team is ready to come up with ideas for a custom design. Our power electronics design services involve the development of both hardware and firmware for a battery energy storage system (BESS), battery management system (BMS), power converter, charging station, power supply, motor controller, and other power electronic systems. Depending on your product requirements for the power, voltage, and frequency range, we will choose a suitable semiconductor and energy storage solution to increase the efficiency of your product.
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Embedded hardware design services

Our electronic design firm offers embedded hardware development services for embedded systems of varying complexity and level of performance. Building embedded electronic devices, we use various microcontrollers and microprocessors based on the ARM cores from Cortex-M to Cortex-A. We can add a wide range of peripheral sensors that control devices via UART, SPI, I2C, I2S, and other interfaces. In the development process, the Integra electronic design house places a strong emphasis on debugging as well as documentation.
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PCB design and layout services

We start the development of a printed circuit board with a detailed study of datasheets and technical documentation. Our PCB designers use professional CAD software and development tools for schematics design. We provide digital designs for boards working with high-speed digital interfaces (USB, HDMI, DDR1/2/3, SATA, etc.), as well as analog designs for various RF transceivers (2.4GHz, sub-GHz, etc.). In order to provide you with a solid PCB design, we carry out internal reviews at each development stage within our electronic circuit design services.
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FPGA design services

We suggest using a Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) for your hardware in case you need to develop a very reliable, high-performance embedded system with a reprogrammability option. Depending on your needs and the current project status, we can provide either full FPGA design or development and integration of certain IP cores. Our engineers have an in-depth knowledge of Hardware Description Languages (HDL) and FPGA development tools. For simpler applications, we might suggest using a Complex Programmable Logic Device (CPLD, which also belongs to the scope of our custom electronic design services.
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Check out our recent case study

IoT Embedded hardware development Smart home Kernel and driver development Linux

A Control Panel for IoT-Based Smart Home Automation System

The project consisted of hardware development for three printed circuit boards, embedded software development for a custom Linux image, and driver development for different modules of the smart home system.

Our clients include enterprise companies, research centers, and innovative startups from all over the world

How we work

We work in close cooperation with our customers during the whole process of their electronics project development. The table below shows how we share responsibilities in different collaboration models:



























Frequently Asked Questions

Read this information to better understand the process of PCB design and layout.

My device needs CE and FCC certification. Can you help me to comply with it?

Yes, we definitely can. Our electronics design services company assists customers in meeting the requirements of FCC, CE, UL, and other types of certification. We follow all the necessary design requirements to get your electronics well-prepared for the certification procedures. For example, we can select only pre-certified modules and components for your hardware.

What wireless technologies do you work with?

We have worked with the most popular wireless network technologies (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi); low-power network protocols (BLE, ZigBee, Thread, Lora); and cellular networks (GPRS, 3G, 4G LTE, NB-IoT).

Can you design a flexible PCB?

We can definitely do that, too. Within our electronic circuit design services, we provide the design of both rigid flexible and flat flexible circuits. A flexible board can become a reliable and cost-effective solution for your hardware. It is both light-weight and saves lots of space.

Do you have partnerships with MCU manufacturers?

Yes, we do. Integra is on the list of hardware design companies chosen as authorized partners of MCU manufacturers such as Microchip, STMicroelectronics, and Infineon. However, we can use any electronic components according to your requirements irrespective of the manufacturer.

How do you verify your hardware design?

Our hardware verification process consists of several stages and implies different testing methods. For example, we use electrical rule checking (ERC) to test the schematic’s design and apply design rule checking (DRC) to verify the layout. We employ electronic circuit simulators to verify the schematic and PCB signal integrity. As soon as the PCB is developed, our electronic design engineer builds a 3D model of an assembled PCB to check it against a 3D model of the enclosure to make sure the PCB fits well.

During the PCB design, we arrange test-points to control voltage and signal waveforms. We provide this data to the manufacturer to conduct an electrical test. If requested by the customer, for example, in the case of mass production, we develop testing software for automatic or semi-automatic testing of each PCB at the manufacturing site.

What deliverables do you provide upon electronic design completion?

As soon as we complete a typical electronics design project, we provide our customers with PCB and schematic design files, assembly drawings, Gerbers and other PCB production files, bill of materials (BOM), 3D models, and testing instructions.

What is your expertise in analog electronics?

Within analog electronics development, we build analog filters, codecs, measuring amplifiers, current sources, as well as power converters AC/DC, DC/DC (step up, step down).

For which applications do you build electronics?

We design home electronics, medical and tracking devices, develop electronics for consumer and industrial solutions, robotics, and telecommunications.

How long does a development cycle of an electronic product generally last?

The development time depends on the design complexity, the number of tasks involved, and the completeness of the information provided in the project specification. For example, to develop a GPS tracking device, we would need on average 6-7 weeks to provide an electronic design for manufacturing, 4 weeks to produce prototypes and validate them, and 1 or 2 more weeks to prepare the product for mass production.

What electronics laboratory equipment do you use?

Lab equipment is a must-have for circuit design companies. Depending on the electronic development service we provide, we use various testing equipment and tools, such as a laboratory power supply, an oscilloscope, a signal generator, a logic analyzer, and different types of multimeters.

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