Electronics Intellectual Property

Electrical circuit design, electronics, or electronic circuitry are now the lifeblood of our economy and modern world.  From powering millions of mobile computing devices to amplifying music in your favorite smart speaker, electrical circuits are all around us.  In fact, the modern revolution in computing would not have occurred without the contemporaneous advancement in electrical circuit design. In little more than 60 years, we have progressed from rudimentary vacuum tube filled electrical circuit designs that enabled the then revolutionary computers that filled vast rooms, to microprocessors systems that are small enough to be worn on a person’s wrist.  To this point, these technological marvels have permitted us to pack many orders more processing power in a wearable piece of technology than that contained in the command module of the Apollo spacecraft.

Electronics Intellectual Property

Furthermore, with the recent push to add Internet connectivity to a wide continuum of new electrical devices, i.e. the Internet of Things (IoT), there has been significant recent innovation in electrical circuit design.  Indeed, it has been the recent system-on-chip (SoC) WIFI transceivers that have enabled the IoT revolution. Succinctly, innovation in electrical circuit design is now permitting our sound speakers to best the computing power of super computers of old, and what more, provide artificial intelligence and machine learning enhanced operation.

Electrical Circuits - All Around Us

Needless to say, electrical circuits extend far beyond the smart home IoT device.  For example, electrical circuits enable the recent solar power revolution in power generation and solar equipment.  In particular, the direct current-alternating current (DC-AC) inverters and anti-islanding safety equipment are electronic circuits.  Moreover, electronic circuits power battery charging and monitoring systems for not only large home lithium ion backup systems, but also monitor the small power supplies of modern mobile wireless communications devices.

Beyond these examples, the field of electrical circuit design further includes electronic devices, semiconductor devices, circuit design, radio frequency (RF) systems, antenna design, mobile electronic devices, and optical devices and systems.

Experience In Electronics IP

ADD+G's patent attorneys have backgrounds in electrical engineering, electrical circuit design, and semiconductor processing.  On top of that, they have prepared and prosecuted thousands of patents covering all aspects of electronics. These range all the way from the transistor level with cutting edge semiconductor devices, up though large power system electrical components.

ADD+G's patent attorney's also have significant experience with electrical circuit designs. ADD+G has prepared and prosecuted patents on all aspects of electrical circuit designs, ranging from RF power transmission circuits, biometric RF driver circuits, power amplifiers, image sensor circuits, display circuits, piezoelectric sensor circuits, proximity detector circuits, atmosphere contamination sensor circuits, electric motor control circuits, AC-DC inverter circuits. When it comes to electrical and electronic systems, ADD+G covers them all.

Experience in Electronics IP

Why Choose Us

With any technology, it is always important to have a skilled and experienced patent attorney help craft your patent application to have the best chance for success when it is picked up and examined by an examiner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.  As ADD+G's patent attorneys we are “in the trenches” dealing with examiners on electrical and electronic cases on a regular basis, ADD+G is able to continually work towards better resolutions for applicants and share “lessons learned” among the members of our team.

Let ADD+G's skilled electrical circuit design patent attorneys leverage their vast knowledge and experience to help protect your key electrical circuit design-related innovations.

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