Electronic Design and Manufacturing Specialists
We specialize in electronic design from concept to low-rate production with a focus on dedicated single-purpose devices and applied research.
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Create complex electronics that use MCUs, FPGAs, high-speed serial, high-speed ADCs, low-noise analog circuits, ultra low-power, batteries, switching supplies, and RF/antennas.
Simulate, build, and test antennas, frequency selective surfaces (FSS), HPM/EMP protection, RFID/NFC, wireless power transfer, and EMC solutions.
Get your prototype faster using our in-house capabilities: pick and place, reflow, hand assembly, 3D printing, final assembly, wire harness assembly, testing, and engineering characterization.
Medical, Military, and Aerospace
Rigorous electronic design for mission-critical applications in medical devices, avionics, and weapons systems.
Digital Video Processing
We create custom hardware and video processing IP solutions for proprietary analog and digital video systems used in radars, avionics, and scientific instruments. We are world experts in stroke video format conversion for HUD, electronic warfare, radar and sonar displays, electronic flight display (EFD), and scientific instruments.
Battery-powered electronic design addresses a wide range of challenging demands: battery chemistries, operating voltage range, single cell and multi-cell, ultra-low power operation, long life, extreme temperature, extended shelf life, high-rate charge and discharge, supply chain, regulatory requirements, and of course safety. We provide support from concept through production for new battery-powered electronic designs.
December 2023: Pathfinder Electronics was awarded a Phase II SBIR subcontract to perform EM design for a hypersonic glide vehicle antenna and develop the flight instrumentation package.
August 2023: Pathfinder Electronics was awarded a development contract to supply the US Navy with shipboard ruggedized radar displays.
December 2022: Pathfinder Electronics was awarded a 6-month research contract to design a hypersonic glide vehicle antenna for the US Navy.
July 2021: The US Navy awarded Pathfinder Electronics a 6-month SBIR Phase I contract to develop a digital intervalometer electronic module for Hydra-70 rocket launchers.