Rivlan, Inc. was founded in 1999 as an RF/Analog IC design-house focused on providing design solutions to companies in the wireless, data networking, broadband-access, video and mass-storage industries. Rivlan has the capability to create new, cutting-edge designs in most advanced CMOS, Si-Ge BiCMOS, BiCMOS and bipolar processes using customized mainstream EDA simulation and layout tools.
We provide turnkey solutions, starting from the system specs, through block level and down to transistor level, physical design and verification. Rivlan, Inc. is privately owned corporation, incorporated in state of Texas with its offices located in the northern part of the Dallas/Fort-Worth Metroplex.
Adam Vishinsky, President and IC Design Manager
Adam has over 25 years of experience in all aspects of analog, RF, mixed-mode circuit and system design, as well as significant experience with project and design team management. In 1999 he founded Rivlan, Inc., steadily growing its revenue by providing services and turnkey solutions to US, Asian and European customers such as Texas Instruments, ST Micro, MediaTek, Honeywell, Sharp, Lucent, Ceva, PDF Solutions and WJ Communications.
Prior to Rivlan, in 1996 he co-founded Microtune, Inc., where he was IC Design Manager responsible for realization of the industry first monolithic TV-tuner. Microtune had a successful IPO in 2000.
He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Portland State University, and his Executive MBA from University of Texas at Dallas (with honors). He has authored over 20 research papers and holds 11 patents.
Chris van der Gaag, Principal Systems Engineer
has over 22 years of experience in Analog, RF, Mixed-Signal Circuit &
System Design and Project & Team Management. In 2007 he started Inno3D Netherlands and co-founded Inno3D in Republic of Taiwan
for electronic design and production. He led the definition and
design of several industrial appliances and sensors as well as automotive systems. In 2014 he joined Rivlan, Inc.
Prior to Inno3D from 1993 to 2007
Chris worked for Catena Microelectronics, Delft, the Netherlands, as a Senior IC Designer and a Project Leader.
his BSEE from Delft University of Technology and holds 4 patents.