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Memory Validation Engineer Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at NVIDIA (Santa Clara, CA) in August 2013.
Applied via LinkedIn, got an email from HR and a phone interview was set up for a week later. The interviewer never called, I emailed HR to reschedule, and the interviewer called right back. The call lasted 45 minutes.
- Square Wave has a period of 1 GHz, Vpp = 1Volt, what will be the voltage displayed on the O-Scope with BW of 1 GHz 1 Answer
- What happens if all harmonics are removed from a square wave? 1 Answer
- What do you know about Spread Spectrum? Answer Question
- How many harmonics are necessary to view a waveform on the scope? Answer Question
- How do you check PCIe Ref Clk? 1 Answer
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The process took a day – interviewed at NVIDIA (Santa Clara, CA) in April 2012.
2 phone interviews and one 1:1 interview
- Questions on reflection coefficients, return loss, insertion loss, return currents in PCB, EMI concerns, etc. 1 Answer
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at NVIDIA (Austin, TX) in January 2012.
Phone interview - looking for knowledge specific to my job
On-site interview in Austin - mix of general knowledge, specific questions about memory and lots of questions about scopes and jitter measurements
On-site interview in CA - similar to Austin interview. They flew me out for about 36 hours to talk to 4 team members. This was good because I was considering moving to CA and I was glad that I got to see it first, because I stayed in Austin.
I was an interviewer at my old job, so I asked dozens of other people the kinds of questions that they asked me, so I think I breezed through it.
They asked what I made. I did not tell them what I made, but I said: "This is the amount for which I will leave my current company." Using glassdoor, I knew what the range was for this position, and I aimed a little higher than average. Also, I told them that I had a sizeable amount of RSUs. They matched what I asked for for salary and beat my current unvested RSU amount. I was very happy with the benefits package.
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at NVIDIA (Santa Clara, CA) in February 2011.
5 rounds of interviews in succession with 45min each. Questions were related to ASIC, Verilog, Programming, DFT, Verification, etc.
- Memory test related questions Answer Question