Control Circuits

Control circuits are used to connect our prototypes with the corresponding source or receivers.

The development of control circuits is not one of the core activities at the IGM but it is an often necessary step to test newly developed prototypes. The complexity of the control circuits implemented at the IGM can range from implementations as simple as a signal generator with a few channels to control circuits for seven-segment displays (such as found in digital watches) to complex full-color, high-resolution active matrix displays. The necessary circuit boards are designed and often produced in-house. The IGM offers development suites and test boards for various micro controllers and FPGAs.

Further Information

This image shows Marc Wilke

Marc Wilke


Scientific staff member

Holger Baur


Vice Head of Laboratory

This image shows Patrick Schalberger

Patrick Schalberger


Scientific staff member

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