Sensor Technology
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Ozark IC’s patented Ultra Violet Sensors can operate up to 500°C, have the highest sensitivity and can be integrated into monolithic IC solutions. Works from -200°C to 500°C Inherently visible- and IR- blind, so no back-side thinning or filtering required … Read More

About Us
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About Us Ozark IC was founded in 2011 by Matt Francis and experts in design techniques, modeling and design tools for integrated circuits and systems on chip for extreme environments.  In fact, we helped write the book on it! Our Vision … Read More

Technologies
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What goes into an electronic module? A complete module is composed of Components, a Board (Substrate) and of course application software and programming depending on the system. Putting a system together is driven by your application needs.  The technologies that go into … Read More

Services
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Have an application and don’t know where to start? Give us an idea of electrical, temperature, power and cost needs and we can help you identify a solution that will meet your needs. From simulation studies and ASIC specifications to … Read More

Welcome!
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Ozark IC is your provider for rugged system solutions for all environments; from consumer grade to extreme duty.  Please browse each section to learn more about our capabilities. Follow us  

Integrated Circuits
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Silicon/Silicon on Insulator Ozark IC utilizes Silicon and Silicon on Insulator technologies to meet your high temperature operation needs – temperatures of 300oC or more are possible through selection of unique technologies and custom design Best digital/analog/digital design expertise in … Read More

A Design Kit for High Temperature ASIC and LTCC Co-Design
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Ozark IC’s work in advanced packaging for high-temperature integrated circuits was a feature in the November/December issue of Advancing Microelectronics Magazine (an IMAPS publiction). A Design Kit for High Temperature ASIC and LTCC Co-Design Jim Holmes, A. Matt Francis, Ian … Read More

Conference: WIPDA 2016 – SiC-CMOS Digital Circuits and More
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Ozark IC attended the 2016 Workshop on Wide Bandgap Power Devices and Applications in Fayetteville, AR, November 2016.  In addition to our booth, Matthew Barlow, Ozark IC Engineer, presented a hardware demonstration of a  SiC-based power converter using Venus-tested circuits. Barlow, … Read More