Project Flow

  1. Our customer identifies Sigenics as a capable partner and contacts us
  2. A Mutual NDA is executed if necessary
  3. Our customer  describes the desired effort to Sigenics using a device specification, circuit schematic or other description of the desired device functionality.
  4. Sigenics prepares a quotation for the design effort.  The manner in which it is quoted depends on the nature of the design and the customer’s preference.The effort may be quoted in its entirety, or the project may be broken into in phases (i.e. Feasibility Study, Design Phase, Testing Phase). The “bottom line” may take the form of either a fixed price, or as actual costs with a maximum quoted limit. Terms, schedule and deliverables are usually specified in the quote, along with any other items the customer or Sigenics may require to clarify our mutual expectations.

Sigenics News

  • D2P Magazine interviews Douglas Kerns
    December 2012: Design 2 Part Magazine interviewed Sigenics co-founder Douglas Kerns and published an article about Sigenics and custom circuits.  Read the article here: "Is a Custom Circuit Right for You?"
  • Sigenics tapes out Rad-hard design on Honeywell SOI4
    July 2014: Sigenic taped out a radiation hardened avionics product on Honeywell's SOI4 process. There were 8 die plus test structures in the reticle, including a proprietary OTP cell.