circuits

Are these sentences correct?

  1. My job responsibilities include designing circuits, specifying constraints to the XYZ team, matching the results of ABC simulations with schematic results by coordinating with the XYZ team and ensuring that there are no issues in the circuits.

  2. My first chip, which had a high-speed receiver, met all the specifications. The other circuits are given for fabrication.
    For those who don’t understand the terminology used:
    (usually circuits are designed using simulation tools and the circuits are given to a foundry for fabrication in order to make silicon chips)

I imagine this would be more appropriate:
My first chip, which had a high-speed receiver, met all the specifications. The other circuits were passed on (or ‘were submitted’) for fabrication.

How about this?

The other blocks are sent to foundries for fabrication.

‘were’ not ‘are’ makes more sense to me.

Let’s say I am waiting for chips to be received from the foundaries. Then,
Is this correct?

We are waiting for chips of other circuits from the foundaries.

foundries

It’s okay - can’t tell whether it would be correct in context or whether changes would be required.