Evatronix was established in 1991 and has been a value-added reseller of CAD and EDA tools in Poland since then. We continue to resell Pulsonix PCB design tools in Poland. We also resell PCBs imported from a few Asian PCB manufacturing factories.
Since 1997 Evatronix had been growing semiconductor IP business and sold worldwide more than 1000 licenses for using its IP cores until its IP division got spun off and then acquired by Cadence Design Systems in 2013. After this acquisition Evatronix had to reinvent itself. A small group of electronic and firmware designers who had been validating IP cores in programmable devices stayed with Evatronix. Around them an embedded system design team has been grown.
In parallel, we got inspired by our customers of our CAD division to develop 3D optical scanning technology. This effort was successful and made us a renowned manufacturer of structured light 3D scanners. They are marketed under eviXscan3D brand through the network of our international resellers.
Evatronix mission is enabling its customers to bring innovative products to market. We realize it through comprehensive offering of outsourced electronic product development and focused engineering services, product prototyping and supply chain management in low volume production, sales and deployment of modern design tools for electronic and mechanical engineers along with consulting and training in this domain in the Polish market.
Evatronix as an SME-sized engineering service provider has the experience of providing IP cores, VHDL and Verilog model development services as well as FPGA design services, and hardware and software development for microcontroller-based systems. Evatronix has also experience in research and development in the field of design and verification of electronic component, and it has a specific background in FPGA design for digital beam forming of SAR systems.

Role in the FLEXCOM project

  • Analysis of requirements and system definition from the perspective of digital beamforming. Definition of an antenna tile module interfaces.
  • Digital back-end design of the beamforming unit. It includes the design and verification of FPGA-based component, design of high-speed interfaces and integration with ADC/DAC converters, integration of synchronization modules and firmware.
  • Development of a PCB board for the digital back-end. Experimental validation of the digital back-end, a sub-module integration of data converters and digital back-end components.
  • FLEXTILE module calibration and testing including the board control software and FPGA programming. Support testing of the final demonstrator.