e2v has strengthened its investment in high performance electronic solutions with the acquisition[i] of Swedish signal processing design and development company, Signal Processing (SP) Devices.
SP Devices offers expertise in embedded error correction solutions for signal processing sub-systems and provides digitizers for demanding applications such as communications, radar and signal intelligence.
With this added expertise, e2v will offer solutions in error correction services for increased performance in time-interleaved Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs), linearized components, system and quadrature demodulators, and develop plans to release ADCs with enhanced performance specifications.
Richard Gibbs, President of e2v Semiconductors, said, “SP Devices presents excellent synergy with our existing data converter business; we continue to build on our signal processing chain solutions and these will now include digitizer boards, modules and even more service offerings.”
Tomas Wolf, CEO of SP Devices, commented, “We are excited to be a part of a company that values our heritage and continuously pushes the limits of what is possible in data acquisition solutions. In addition, for all our OEM customers this will provide additional organizational strength and capacity required for continued growth.”
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[i] e2v acquired Signal Processing Devices on 25 January 2016 for up to US$18 million (£12 million).