185 W Louisiana Ave
Denver, CO 80223
(303) 777-3388

Electronic Engineering

We incorporate analog, digital, hardware and software platforms in our designs, in order to design low power, and low noise circuitry. We maximize our processing speeds and reduce size by including embedded processors into our systems and write firmware to maximize efficiency.

B&C utilizes the latest technology to design and build your product. All of the necessary equipment is in-house to take a product from the design phase to completion. We have a 25+ years of experience in designing and manufacturing custom products, all of which are still in production today.

Our multi-layer Printed Circuit Board designs include through-hole, surface-mount components, testing, documenting all data, schematics, and software on every project.

Our in-house production capability allows us to quickly build and test your products by incorporating:

  • Design Specifications
  • Schematic Design
  • PCB Layout Design
  • Firmware Development
  • Debugging New Designs
  • FPGA and Digital Logic Design
  • High speed bus interfaces: PCI Express, SATA, PCI-X 133 MHz, USB
  • High speed memory bus design, including 1066 MHz DDR3 design
  • DC/DC switching power conversion – up to 20 Amps
  • Purpose specific microprocessors
  • Low power embedded microcontrollers
  • Xilinx FPGAs
  • Analog signal conditioning
  • Sensor interfacing
  • Serial communications using RS-232/422/485
  • I2C bus networks
  • LCD interfacing
  • NTSC/PAL composite analog video interface design
  • Analog and digital controls
  • Data acquisition systems
  • Test and measurement instruments
  • Internet appliances
  • Consumer products
  • Digital signal processing
  • Image processing and machine vision

Languages: We use C, C++ , Objective C, Java and different types of Assembler languages to work through complex algorithms and systems.

The digital design world has seen many breakthroughs in component complexity, miniaturization and design tools. One of our important jobs is keeping up with these advances and making sure our customers’ solutions are competitive. We use PLDs and FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) to simplify complex hardware designs. We design systems with FPGA’s allowing us to quickly upgrade your hardware and software systems.