We often find that some circuit designs are realized in the commercial market by jumping away from the traditional architecture, allowing the products to have a breakthrough competitiveness and enjoy high market share and profits. CPS's circuit analysis reports have never encouraged the use of plagiarism. Instead, we hope that our products will continue to improve and evolve through our circuit analysis reports. The same technology can be used in different product areas and often has unexpected effects. The more knowledgeable circuit designers have in different product areas, the more they can make a more distinctive design in mind. This is what CPS expects to contribute to the world.
Another common motivation for using circuit analysis reports is to get the product to market in time for the right time. IC circuits are always complex, and the architecture and process used is often the most difficult and risky part of the IC design process. The worst result is often from the beginning. This is not a waste of many human resources, it may also miss the good opportunity of the product market.