To help the global analogue/RF IC design community with the experience and knowledge, Revolution Semiconductor gained over the years, we are starting a series of design notes accessible from our website.The first the design note is titled Differential Drive CMOS Rectifiers for UHF RFID and is authored by Dr. Murat Eskiyerli.
The Turkish semiconductor sector has, regrettably, not developed as much as it could have over the past thirty years. There are a couple of reasons for this comparative underdevelopment vis-a-vis other sectors, such as construction, where Turkish companies have now the second highest volume of international portfolio of projects after the Chinese companies.
Ankara, Turkey and New Delhi, India : Revolution Semiconductor Labs, Turkey and Cyber Media Research Ltd. (CMR), India today announced signing of an agreement extending Cyber Media Research’s services of market research, consulting and advisory in several verticals including Information Technology, Telecoms, Semiconductors, Electronics, Energy, Healthcare and Smart Infrastructure.
Revolution Semiconductor will be attending TSMC Technology Symposium on June 16th, 2015 at Amsterdam. We are looking forward to meet fellow IC design and semiconductor technology companies. Please get in touch if you plan to be there and would like to have a chat with us!
Dr. Murat Eskiyerli, Managing Director of Revolution Semiconductor will present a tutorial titled "Design and Measurement of CMOS RF-DC Energy Harvesting Circuits" in the IEEE RFID 2016 Conference at Orlando, Florida on 3rd May 2016.
The respected economist and syndicated columnist, Prof. Guven Sak of TOBB Economy and Technology University has referred to an article at Revolution Semiconductor's website titled "Semiconductor Industry in Turkey: Key Lessons" in an article published in the national digital newspaper, Radikal.
Revolution Semiconductor Labs and Magma Design Automation held a joint event on 25/5/2011 in ITU ARI Teknokent at Istanbul. The seminar was attended by engineers from various local companies, including Ericsson, Maxim, Hittite Microwave, Vestek and MKR-IC.