ShortLink Blog


An interesting interview published on Mathworks

Based in Karlstad, Sweden, ShortLink SE develops low-power electronics for wireless communication and portable products. Among other things, the company designs custom mixed-signal and RF ASICs, along with offering radio and EMC testing. To design an ASIC with an IEEE® 802.15.4–compliant GFSK/OQPSK/PSK transceiver that facilitates communication between solar panels, ShortLink

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Converting PCB Schematics Between EDA Tools

EDA tools for PCB designs is a jungle. There are a lot of options to choose from, and the compatibility between different tools is generally poor – even for tools from the same vendor. We have seen an increase in porting requests from existing and new customers. Relevant designs that

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The exponential cost of fixing EMC problems

The exponential cost of fixing EMC problems EMC compliance is a crucial but often neglected part of the development of electronics. Approaching the EMC aspect of a product early in the design phase is the best way of mitigating the risk associated with EMC testing. Fixing EMC problems close to

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Press Release: ShortLink AB opens up for Silicon IP licensing

Press Release: ShortLink AB opens up for Silicon IP Licensing ShortLink AB is launching a new ASIC Silicon IP block licensing model allowing its core technology to reach a wider market. With over 25 years of experience in the development of mixed-signal wireless ASICs, ShortLink has a successful track record

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Eliminate supply chain risks with a custom ASIC

A Chain is only as strong as its weakest link Indeed this holds true for your supply chain as well. A fact that has been painfully experienced by purchasing departments and engineers all over the world for the past years. The semiconductor shortage has cost companies hundreds of billions, and

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Sub-GHz vs 2.4 GHz Communication

A question debated in schoolyards for years: Who would win in a fight – Sub-GHz or 2.4 GHz? There is no clear winner: both technologies have their merit. Many products that use the 2.4 GHz band would benefit from operating at a lower frequency, such as the open ISM bands at 433,

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