Drivers Development

The design of a complex circuit may require interfacing with various external devices or other components or data networks of different types.

In these cases, specific drivers are developed for interfacing to any component according to the specifications provided by manufacturers, such as graphic displays, communication or authentication chip, new components, variants of already popular driver or new ad-hoc protocols.

In accordance with the degree of complexity and operating requirements, the development of the drivers can be through the use of high-level ​​or low level languages.

To achieve the highest levels of performance and have total control of the propagation of signals, then it becomes necessary to use the language closer to the "core", so the assembler.

The development of these particular levels of firmware occurs in close contact with the circuit that is constantly subjected to measurements and functional tests.

A custom driver may also be necessary in a complex system, ie devices that carry out their functions independently (stand-alone), but at the same time require an interface to the outside world.

Also different types of data connection may require the development of a custom driver that performs the interface between protocols.

The support to these case studies is complete and accurate, totally made ​​with the appropriate equipment in order to verify the correct generation and distribution of real-time signals.

The source code obtained after debugging, can also be used in other IDE and become a library component.