Service Packages

Revolution Semiconductor aims to be fighting at your corner from the initial need identification to the volume production of the integrated circuits. We created a number of services packages in varying durations and costs for our customers in order to remove any uncertainty in budget and duration of the contracts. Please contact us for more information

Custom IC Design

We offer our clients cost-effective, flexible, and expert integrated circuit design and layout services. We have experience in CMOS, BiCMOS and bipolar technologies from to 250nm to 28nm process nodes. 

ASIC Design

Revolution Semiconductor team has the capability to meet your application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) design needs throughout all steps starting at the definition phase through tape-out. We are experts in ultra-low power digital IC design in MOSFET subthreshold region as evidenced in our functional passive UHF RFID transponder chip design.

RF Circuit Test

Revolution Semiconductor offers RF module test capability based on a complete National Instruments PXIe software defined, modular RF instruments including 8.5GHz Vector Network Analyzer, 6GHz Vector Signal Transceiver (combined Vector Signal Generator and Analyzer), Flex RIO IF Transceiver and RF upconverter and downconverters. 

UHF RFID Transponder IC

Revolution Semiconductor has been developing its IP portfolio with an emphasis on short-range, ultra-low power wireless transceivers in 868MHz and 2.4GHz ISM bands. We are now offering a complete passive UHF (868MHz) RFID transponder chip IP verified in silicon and compliant with EPC Gen2 (v1.2) and ISO18000-6c standards at very flexible license terms.


RVS101 UHF RFID IP licensed to Pi-Crystal

RVS101, silicon-proven UHF RFID design, is licensed by Pi-Crystal, Tokyo. Japan. 

Tutorial Series

Revolution Semiconductor is planning to publish a number of tutorials relating to the fundamentals of analogue and radio-frequency integrated circuit design. 

Semiconductor Industry in Turkey: Key Lessons

The Turkish semiconductor sector has, regrettably, not developed as much as it could have over the past thirty years. There are a couple of reasons for this comparative underdevelopment vis-a-vis other sectors, such as construction, where Turkish companies have now the second highest volume of international portfolio of projects after the Chinese companies.