Jun 15th, 2017 — Dr. Iman Madadi has been appointed the company’s new chief executive officer. Madadi has replaced Dr. Massoud Tohidian, who serves as the new Qualinx CTO.
Qualinx taped out an ultra low power Digital-PLL IP in 28nm CMOS technology designed for dual-mode Bluetooth® (BR/EDR/LE). It futures Direct FM Modulation with data rate up to 2Mbps.
This IP is Bluetooth v4.2 and v5.0 compliant as well as supporting the IEEE 802.15.4 (Zigbee/6LowPAN/Thread) standard. The IP is integrated into a customer’s SoC and it has been rigorously tested and validated with successful results.
To grow our team, Qualinx has job openings for top notch, innovative, hard-working, analytical, and creative IC design engineers. Qualinx is challenging with international environment at the forefront of technology. Our unique highly skilled environment is an amazing potential for professional advancement and make this an excellent career opportunity for innovative and goal-oriented individuals ...
On August 2016, Qualinx moved to its new office with the motivation of growing its team. The office is located at Delftechpark in Delft, between other high-tech companies and close by the Delft University of Technology. The high-tech park is specifically designed for knowledge-oriented companies. Find our new contact information here.
The board of STW honors 20 proposals for the fourth round of the financial take-off. Researchers can apply for Take-off funding to enable new economic activity, and commercialize scientific knowledge. Phase 2 funding is intended for start-ups setting up their project ...
Qualinx develops energy efficient and low-cost chips that enable wireless Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices to consume less energy. The company founders met at the University of Tehran. They all then came to Delft, where they obtained their doctorates almost simultaneously this autumn. In the course of their doctoral programme, they realised that their ideas had commercial potential ...
The board of STW honors 24 proposals for the second round of the financial take-off. Researchers can apply for Take-off funding to enable new economic activity, and commercialize scientific knowledge. Phase 1 Funding is intended to carry out a feasibility study for a commercial activity ...
Cheaper and better. With such succinct words of praise, a product is sure to sell itself. However, the practical application wasn’t the central concern when Dr Massoud Tohidian was designing his extremely small, accurate and energy-efficient oscillator. In his own words: Our primary focus was on developing a new type of circuit. Tohidian’s oscillator comes in two versions: one that’s extremely small with low phase noise and low energy usage, and another that’s the same size as an LC oscillator, but a lot more accurate ...
TU scientists invented a new type of oscillator that is much cheaper, with high performance. Most promising application is in telecommunication chips. This oscillator combines low phase noise with low costs. It features wide tuning range of an octave, kHz range frequency tuning steps, quadrature output signals, and ...