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Who We Are ?

Sigtech is an Embedded and IT service provider worldwide specialising in various application and firmware level design. We are a diverse end-to-end solutions provider, offering a range of expertise aimed at helping our customers re-engineer and re-invent their businesses to compete successfully in an ever-changing marketplace.

We help you transform imaginative ideas into intelligent leading products through continuous design, development, maintenance and testing services for device engineering, platform engineering and application engineering. Our agile smart process framework provides high quality, transparent and better control for strategic sourcing. This process framework is optimized and aligned to business needs in delivering best value for money.

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Sigtech Services

  • Application Development




    To gain an edge in today's world of cut throat competition and shrinking margins, enterprises need to streamline operations for higher efficiency and greater effectiveness. We deliver unmatched business value to our customers through a combination of process excellence, reusable frameworks and technology innovation.

    At Sigtech we have effectively combined science, research and technology to provide software solutions and services that help automate processes and provide analytical data in various

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  • Embedded Development




    At Sigtech, our team of senior developers can provide exceptional design services for embedded software. We can provide low level development of drivers, protocols, board support packages, communication protocols, porting of legacy, and full application development.

    Sigtech Embedded Development Services leverage our special combination of skills, knowledge, products, flexible resources, design process, and project management to help you achieve the success for your product. If your team is challenged by

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  • Technology Support/ Service




    A Support Service Contract with Sigtech provides you with the piece of mind that your developers will have our support team at their disposal when they need it most.

    Having direct access to engineers who know the products and can understand and resolve your issue fast can help you keep your project on schedule, reduce frustration, and give you the opportunity to get your product to market sooner.


    Converging technologies

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Sigtech Products

ATMEGA32 Development Board

AVR stand for Alf Vegard RISC is a modified Harvard architecture, 8-bit RISC, single chip microcontroller which was designed by Norwegian Institutte of Technology, Alf-Egil Bogen and Vegard wollan and then was developed by Atmel in 1996.. The AVR was one of the first microcontroller families to use on-chip flash memory for program storage.

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PIC16F Development Board

This controller board is mostly used in Industrial and automotive applications. The PIC16F877-04/P is an flash based 8bit CMOS microcontroller in 40 pin DIP package. The device has two 8bit timer/counters with 8bit pre-scaler, one 16bit timer/counter with pre-scaler, watchdog timer (WDT) with its own on-chip RC oscillator for reliable operation and two capture/compare PWM modules.

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AT89C51 Development Board

This board is deal for developing Embedded applications involving Low and High speed Wireless Communication (RF/Zigbee / Bluetooth ), Real Time Data Monitoring and Control, Interactive Control Panels etc. The UART boot loader eliminates need of an additional programmer and allows you to program using serial port. This board can be interfaced with many peripherals like GSM,RFID,DTMF etc.

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LPC2148 Development Board

ARM7 is one of the widely used micro-controller family in embedded system application. ARM is a family of instruction set architectures for computer processors based on a reduced instruction set computing (RISC) architecture developed by British company ARM Holdings.A RISC-based computer design approach means ARM processors require significantly fewer transistors than typical processors in average computers.

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