ALCIOM is a consulting and design house company specialized in mixed signal electronics, with a strong expertise in radiofrequencies and antennas. ALCIOM help you from feasibility studies and technology demonstrators up to commercial success of your projects through our network of industrial partners. ALCIOM is also a training center.






Thanks to its strong internal R&D, ALCIOM anticipates your needs. Our technological building blocks accelerate the time-to-market and performance of your products. ALCIOM has an outstanding laboratory, a guarantee of reactivity and quality of our services, confirmed by our numerous certifications. Finally, the ALCIOM team is the author of more than 100 publications.

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Internal R&D





CIR & CII approvals

7 March 2024|

ALCIOM has renewed its CIR & CII accreditation with the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research for a further 5 years. Well done to the whole team for the quality of the expertise demonstrated [...]


We had a very busy time trying to design for low cost, low power devices with display and 802.15.4 radio. [ALCIOM’s] team makes you feel very confident, understand your goals at light speed. Maybe because they are entrepreneur with passion and that’s a difference!”

Gabriel Chegaray, Galeha

«Robert Lacoste is a first-rate electrical engineer, editor, and author whose regular Circuit Cellar magazine column, “The Darker Side,” has been a reader favorite since 2007. He has the amazing ability to clarify some of the most hard-to-understand electrical engineering topics for his readers, who range from seasoned professional engineers to academics and students. He’s one part innovator, one part problem solver, and one part educator. And this is why so many engineers look forward to each of his articles. Simply put, Robert is an “engineer’s engineer,” the rare sort of technical expert who educates, inspires, and amazes professionals and academics with his grasp of EE theory, design, and programming. And thus our organization feels he has the talent to educate and excite the world’s best pro engineers and programmers»

CJ Abate, Circuit Cellar