While electronics design was previously conducted by hand, much of work in the area today has been automated. Rather than drafting electronics diagrams and arranging them by hand, engineers can complete these tasks more quickly with the aid of computer programs. The combination of automated software and hardware can allow products to reach the production stage more expeditiously and provide greater consistency in production. Before reaching the manufacturing stage in the development of new electronics products, however, the designs need to be examined by project engineers.
Testing Electronics Designs Prior to Manufacturing
During the development of new electronics products, the designs are tested on multiple occasions. The first critical review of the design takes place after the electronics plans have been developed. Based on the schematic, project engineers can examine the proposed layout, as well as the materials that will be used. After any potential problems have been resolved, prototypes can be developed based on the electronics design. These prototypes can be tested prior to beginning large manufacturing runs or preparing documentation for the final users. This systematic process can be used for a range of electronics designs, from telecommunication hardware (including wireless ethernet devices) to signal interface converters, as well as other components that make use of printed circuit boards.
At Technisys, the project engineers have decades of experience working for clients ranging from defense organizations to Fortune 500 companies on projects involving the design of electronics. To learn more about the range of design and engineering services its engineers can provide, call (856) 848-9001 or email.