Eclipse Electronic Systems
Eclipse Electronic Systems, Inc. (Eclipse) was incorporated as a small business in the state of Texas and began operations in October of 1993. The company is privately owned and financed.
In September of 2004, Eclipse moved to a 20,000 square foot facility with ample space for our manufacturing area, stockroom, engineering lab, production test and engineering offices. Approximately one fourth of this space is unoccupied and readily available for future growth.
Eclipse has a senior engineering technical staff with extensive applicable SIGINT industry experience. The Eclipse manufacturing staff have all been DOD 2000 qualified and all have extensive experience in workmanship and procedures required for space launch qualified hardware.
Eclipse has an extensive investment in CAD tools for RF, analog and digital circuit design and simulation. MATLAB and XILINX SYSGEN are used for DSP algorithm development, simulation and implementation. XILINX Foundation Tools and ALDEC are used for VHDL FPGA designs and simulations.
Eagleware Genisis for linear RF design and electromagnetic modeling and simulation; PSPICE for nonlinear and linear simulations.
Mentor Graphics is used for schematic capture and printed circuit card design. AutoCad is used for mechanical designs.
JTAG Technogies and OnTap JTAG tools are utilized for production testing. National Instruments LabView is utilized for automating production Acceptance Test Procedures.
Laboratory and manufacturing area floors are maintained with anti-static wax. The manufacturing area is equipped with state of the art assembly work stations and microscopes. Every production test station and development lab bench is equipped with a networked computer.