The EDF design team provides a wide range of electronic engineering services to support research science. These services include design, PCB layout, programming, simulation, documentation, mechanical & assembly, repairs, procurement, consultation, and training.
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The EDF team solves technical problems which occur in research through the design of scientific equipment which meets the experimenter’s requirements. The EDF can provide assistance with:
- Instrument Design & Construction
- Data Acquisition & Analysis
- Signal & Image Processing
- Experiment Control Systems
- Analog and RF Circuit Design
- Digital Circuit Design
- Embedded Systems
- Computer Interfacing
The EDF offers consultation sessions for researchers seeking advice and recommendations on commercially available products, parts, vendors, literature, PCB manufacturing, assembly houses, and much more. A short consultation session – at any stage of the project – can translate into tremendous cost savings for customers. The EDF staff offers a holistic perspective on the design process through its diverse portfolio of experience and connections.
The EDF’s printed circuit board services includes schematic capture, parts selection, a custom PCB library, and consultation. The EDF can pick up your design at any stage and take it to completion.
- Printed Circuit Boards
- Multilayer Surface Mount Designs
- Flexi and Rigid-Flex Designs and Assembly
- High Speed Digital, Analog, and RF Circuits
- Documentation including Schematic, Assembly, and Fabrication Drawings
- Fabrication and Assembly
- Testing and Production
Rates & Quotes
Depending on the nature of the project, jobs may be either quoted at a fixed rate or billed per time and materials. This is decided on a case-by-case basis by the director in consultation with the prospective customer.
|Rates as of 11/01/2016|
|Senior Electronics Engineer||Electronics Engineer||Technician||Student Technician|
|Boston University Customers||$66.00/hr||$46.00/hr||$33.00/hr||$15.00/hr)|