What is Mulpin ?
The Mulpin concept is to embed components, both active and passive, into multi-layered Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs). By embedding all Mulpin components within the PCB, we eliminated all the common problems associated with surface-mounted components by removing exposure to the elements.
PCB’s traditionally are manufactured by soldering electronic components such as transistors, resisters, memory chips, capacitors etc to tracks on the surface of a board. Mulpin components however are different as they are mounted within the board via an opening into the PCB from its top surface. Thus the connections for any given component can be made to multiple layers of the PCB including the top and bottom surface layers, thus spreading them vertically into the PCB as well as horizontally around the perimeter of a component.
An example of a 3 layer Mulpin component embedded within a multi layer board will result in a component three times smaller than the conventional type, but it occupies three layers of the PCB instead of one. This results in smaller components and smaller PCB’s. Furthermore Mulpin technology requires no changes to the current PCB manufacturing process.
History of Mulpin
As a designer of High Frequency Radio equipment for over 40 years (with the last 20 years designing Military communication devices), Mulpin lead inventor Mr. Rodney Green found difficulties in sufficiently isolating one stage of a radio system from another, this can cause problems with interference generated within the equipment, thus reducing the effectiveness of the communication system at some frequencies. It’s an extremely time consuming process to identify and remove such problems. This would usually involve design compromises and more often than not external shielding on the Printed circuit Board used in the system required. This would involve considerable extra design time, with added expense to production.
Evolution of Mulpin
It was then I thought that it may be possible to bury the components within a PCB and shield them from each other using the copper cladding on the PCB. Burying conventional components had already been tried, but it was messy and expensive.
I devised a way to change electronic components in such a way that made burying the components possible without the need to modify current PCB production methods. Coincidentally the components would also become self shielding against Radio Frequency Interference and indeed even Electro Magnetic Pulse, (EMP) generated by high altitude nuclear weapons, powerful microwave transmitters and other man made devices which could be used to destroy important electronic equipment and infrastructure during warfare and or terrorist attack. They would also be shielded against natural incidences of EMP from space which can damage satellite circuitry.
We soon discovered after our first Prototypes were built by “Mulpinising” existing components and inserting these into the new format PCB’s to test that their performance exceeded our expectations with regard to EMP screening and heat dissipation. These PCB’s were built in a conventional PCB factory with no difficulty. This should ensure that the Mulpin system will start a new industrial revolution within the PCB and Component industries worldwide.
A second batch of prototypes were built which were able to withstand being placed in a microwave oven and into a one million Volt spark from a Tesla coil. The test results from these prototypes can be seen by clicking on Intellectual property and then Test results on this site.
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The components which use this system can be both active and passive, and the inventors have claimed several advantages over currently produced components. These include;
- Greatly improved heat dissipation to the PCB substrate.
- Lower temperature operation for given component size means smaller components, and thus less PCB space used for a given circuit.
- More pins (connections) for a given component footprint, meaning smaller components.
- Greater internal electrical screening means less internally generated interference in radio and other sensitive systems.
- Shorter design time aids in cost reduction, particularly for smaller production runs where design time can be a significant portion of final product price.
- Faster operating speed, due to low lead inductance on parts designed for very high speed operation.
- Components are self screening from RFI/EMI.
- Greater immunity to EMI/RFI and EMP to and from all sources, at component and system level.
- Mulpin PCBs are water, vibration and dust proof which increases their use in many fields previously limited by conventional PCBs.
- Considerably better security of data on a Mulpin system as it is extremely difficult or even impossible to reverse engineer due to the inherent buried nature of Mulpin parts where required.
- Better component reliability due to lower temperature fluctuations between on and off times.
- No need to change current PCB manufacturing techniques.
- Perfect mechanical and electrical symmetry is possible with balanced radio frequency circuits such as mixers, push pull amplifiers, and frequency multipliers, extending the upper frequency limit of these circuits.
- Components especially suited to the Military and aerospace, but are most likely to appear in all electronic circuits in due course. For more information and other advantages please contact: - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Rodney Green - Director, Lead Inventor and Head of R & D: Rodney’s 40 + years in the electronics industry have been marked by highly innovative PCB design capabilities, Electronic design skills with many inventions from electronic portable hypodermic needle furnace which was exported to Japan and his well known international publicised Dirodyne radio architecture. He has written many articles of ground breaking concepts that are being used in the international market place. His skills have gained Rodney a well deserved reputation throughout the industry. firstname.lastname@example.org
Perry Kelly - Director and CEO: Since 1970 Perry has been in managerial roles initially within the office equipment industry. His expertise has been in management & sales training. His other areas of expertise are in marketing. In the last decade his focus has been in the commodity markets and has gained a great deal of experience in international negotiations. In addition he is involved within the IT industry, specifically in payment systems email@example.com
Kevin Bellette - Director and Co-Founder: Kevin is one of 3 co-founders and a director of Mulpin Research Laboratories Limited. Before co-founding MRLL, Kevin was an Authorised Asia Office Partner with St Andrews securities, which included Stock Listing, Corporate Finance and Capital Raising. firstname.lastname@example.org
Gareth Harvey - Assistant Inventor & 2IC R & D: Gareth Harvey specialises in audio and digital electronic design, including hardware and software design. He has had many years focused in the radio communications sector and is a Bachelor of Electronics and Communications Engineering. Gareth brings a wealth of expertise to the Company. email@example.com
Craig Matheson - Technical Adviser: Craig started his electronics career with the military in the early 80’s and for the past 10 years with an international military supply company as Manager of Electrical Engineering Division and is a Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and has an Associate Diploma of Electrical Engineering. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Adam Osseiran – Senior Technical Manager: Adam Osseiran has been involved with advanced electronic and microelectronic technologies for the last 30 years in both industry and academia. He is the director of a national project relating to the Australian semiconductor industry. With a PhD in microelectronics, President of Inventors Association of Australia WA. Adam has co-founded three companies with advanced sensing technology for environmental monitoring and the emerging Internet of Things (IoT) markets. email@example.com
Lam Truong – Manager Commercialisation Licensing & Manufacturing: Lam has a Masters of Electronic Engineering. He is extremely qualified in business development, technological & marketing research, PCB design and software development, production quality assurance & control, concept design to full production, Electronic Systems Engineer. Lam has also published a number of conference papers including “Micro Engineered Accelerometers” and speaks fluent English & Chinese. firstname.lastname@example.org
Anthony Leung – Technical & Marketing Advisor: Anthony Leung holds a Bachelor’s Degree (Major) in Electronics Engineering and resides in Hong Kong. His speciality is Electronic components I.C & Sensors, Telecommunication Instruments and accessories for Optical Fibre, Data transmission architecture in remote control system. Circuit and new product design (Electronic & Electrical) and vast experience in Sales & Marketing. email@example.com
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Rodney Green - Director - Lead Inventor and Head of R & D: Rodney’s 40 + years in the electronics industry have been marked by highly innovative PCB design capabilities, Electronic design skills with many inventions from electronic portable hypodermic needle furnace which was exported to Japan and his well known international publicised Dirodyne radio architecture. He has written many articles of ground breaking concepts that are being used in the international market place. His skills have gained Rodney a well deserved reputation throughout the industry. email@example.com
Perry Kelly – Director and CEO: Since 1970 Perry has been in managerial roles initially within the office equipment industry. His expertise has been in management & sales training. His other areas of expertise are in marketing. In the last decade his focus has been in the commodity markets and has gained a great deal of experience in international negotiations. In addition he is involved within the IT industry, specifically in payment systems. firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin Bellette - Director and Co-Founder: Kevin is one of 3 co-founders and a director of Mulpin Research Laboratories Limited. Before co-founding MRLL, Kevin was an Authorised Asia Office Partner with St Andrews securities, which included Stock Listing, Corporate Finance and Capital Raising. email@example.com
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