Thalia Design Automation
Thalia Design Automation

Applications

Thalia’s analog / RF / mixed signal tools and methodology have been deployed in a range of applications, including process node migration; portfolio expansion and variant generation; and IP development

End products and circuits we have worked on

Thalia has applied its unique combination of experienced analog design resources and innovative automation methodology to products using a wide range of technologies and process nodes, from 350nm down to 28nm. We have a proven track record of delivering designs in cutting edge applications and in advanced technologies, and in some of the industry’s most demanding application areas.

Analog SoC application examples

Customer Applications

Analog schematic porting

Thalia deployed its unique schematic porting solution to accelerate and cost-reduce the process of  porting a customer’s Bluetooth design from a 28nm to a 40nm process node

Migration of a PLL to a 28nm process

As part of a wider process migration of a WiFi system, Thalia used a combination of design expertise and AMALIA design automation to retarget a PLL design to a 28nm process

Design centering of an LNA

Thalia achieved design centering for intermodulation and power reduction of a low-noise amplifier solution with savings in project cycle time of more than 50%

Rapid generation of a family of LDOs

Thalia saved one of its customers 60% in design time and substantial costs, by generating a complete family of LDO variants from a single 20mA design.

European IP Design Company OpAmp with ADC in TSMC 180nm

For this application, the focus was to generate two derivatives:

  • A low current amplifier – shown in the fourth column
  • A high GBW – shown in the fifth column

The requirements provided by the customer are in the second column and the specification values for their design are in the third column.

Two stage amplifier in cmos32lp

The focus here was to meet the requirements for GBW and Differential Phase Margin Freqency while also reducing current and component area.

Generate a lower power variant of Design Bandgap in production

In addition to minimizing current consumption, Amalia found a solution that pushed PSRR into spec.

Generate a Lower Power Low Noise Amplifier
for a Home IoT Application in SMIC 40nm Technology

A 15% power reduction was obtained for this circuit and improvements on the rest of the specifications

Generate a Bandgap derivative with a smaller area for a UK Design house

Amalia reduced the component area of this circuit by 57.5% while also meeting the requirements for current.

Generate a low power variant of a Bandgap for a EU SME in GF40nm

Amalia reduced the component area of this circuit by 57.5% while also meeting the requirements for current.

Our Solutions

Thalia combines unique design automation technology with in-house analog design expertise to create a new, more productive methodology that meets the challenges of today’s RF, analog and mixed-signal designs

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