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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Qualcomm (Bridgewater, NJ) in June 2015.
Applied Online. After 1-2 weeks HR scheduled the telephonic interview. Hiring manager give me call and took telephonic interview for 30 min. After 3 weeks scheduled for full day onsite interview with VP(1 round), technical managers(5 rounds), senior staff engineers(2 rounds).
- 1). Design Strategy in C++ 2). Semaphore, mutex, spin lock 3). S1/X2 HO call flow 4). Work Experience from Current Company and previous company. 5). C basic questions. 6). Volatile, register 7). State machine questions 8). Most of the interview questions from work experience Answer Question
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Qualcomm (Bridgewater, NJ) in December 2013.
I got an email from the HR about my shortlisting and She asked me to schedule 2 technical interviews in December 2013. The first interview was basically what was there on my resume. The Interviewer asked general stuff about LTE/ UMTS call flow, Handoff scenarios and O&M and about the 3G/4G gateway product. He asked me about my previous experience and few questions on that. Then a brief discussion on my courses. Overall it was an interactive and decent interview. Not very challenging.
- All questions were simple enough like LTE Handoff scenarios etc. Nothing unexpected. Answer Question
Not much Negotiation. I was hired for a specific position in the small cells team. So not much negotiation was possible.
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Qualcomm (Bridgewater, NJ) in November 2013.
I applied to Qualcomm, USA through the website. I got an interview call about 2 months after the application. Questions were focused on my resume and basic stochastic and probability. I got another interview call, similar set of questions. I was told the work description in San Diego office. Then 2 weeks later i had two interviews lined up with the Bridgewater office for a research intern. All four of my interviews went pretty good. After 2 weeks , I got an offer from the Bridgewater office and i accepted it. The entire process took about 3-4 months.
- Suppose i choose two random variables uniformly distributed between [0,1]. What is the probability distribution of the maximum of the two random variables? 1 Answer
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Qualcomm (Bridgewater, NJ) in December 2012.
1 phone interview followed by on site interview
- Rise, fall, and turn-off delays? 1 Answer
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