Likewise, for sensors and actuators, the inter-play of the basic sensor element detecting a physical observable, analog-digital or digital-analog conversion, low-level closed-loop control, and finally high-level data analysis and post-processing may give substance to an invention.
Our attorneys have profound academic backgrounds and many years of experience in drafting and prosecuting such complex applications in electronics and electrical engineering. Examples of our fields of expertise include: device integration; analog-to-digital conversion (ADC); digital-to-analog (DAC) conversion; closed-loop control; sensors including magnetic field sensing, optical sensing, and capacitive sensing; radio-frequency (RF) electronics up to the high GHz range; microelectromechanical systems (MEMS); various fabrication processes including crystal growth, lithography, etching, material deposition, etc.; and power electronics.
The collaboration of our attorneys in this area of technology allows our clients to benefit from our know-how in the field of electronics.
Kraus & Weisert represents a large number of different companies in this area of technology ranging from individual inventors to large multinational companies and we established many long term relationships with our clients.
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