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XEN1220 datasheet update

Posted 03/07/2018

More detailed magnetic matching data has been added to datasheet version 2






Our team


The team consists of Frank Riedijk, Edward van Kampen, Klaas-Jan de Langen, Wouter Brevet, Teresa Mullen and Michiel Jansen.



Frank Riedijk has more than twenty years experience in analog design with the focus on multiphysics and sensor systems. Able to think outside the box, Frank instinctively finds his way through complex systems and has been specifically headhunted as a specialist consultant for many companies. As a senior design engineer, he has successfully completed many mixed mode ASICs. He has mastered the art of transistor knoting as well as delivering on spec through all corners. For Sensixs, he is the designer of the Q-Hall technology, still the world's best Hall technology.



Klaas-Jan de Langen received the MSc and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering from Delft University of Technology in Delft, The Netherlands, in 1991 and 1999, respectively. He specialized in ultra-low voltage opamps and high-speed opamps in CMOS, BiCMOS and bipolar technology. In 1999 he joined Philips Semiconductors (now NXP Semiconductors) where he worked on automotive ASICS, first in Sunnyvale,CA, and later in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. From 2008 to 2012 he designed DC-DC converters with Monolithic Power Systems in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. In 2012 he returned to NXP Semiconductors. He published several international peer-reviewed papers, holds 6 US patents and published a book on “Compact Low-Voltage and High-Speed CMOS, BiCMOS and Bipolar Operational Amplifiers” with Kluwer academic Publishers, Boston


Edward van Kampen is our very versatile and unique whiz kid.  Edward is responsible for a broad spectrum of activities, amongst which are PCB layout and μP programming, layout in tanner and cadence and COMSOL finite element simulations and digital design.


Wouter Brevet is a fresh graduate from the Delft University of Technology in the department of Microelectronics. At his university, he worked in the Electronic Instrumentation Laboratory on the design and measurement of an integrated CMOS wind sensor chip. His research interests lie in the area of combining multiphysics simulations and IC design to create sensor systems.




Teresa Mullen is our newest member of staff. She will be addressing our office management needs and will be responsible for product qualification and testing.





Michiel Jansen works for the Dutch government. He has studied economics and in his free time plays sudoku on level seven and predicts primal numbers to levels which should make Hollywood proud and banks nervous. So good with numbers, he is now advising Sensixs on financial matters.