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Analog IC Design Engineer Interview

Analog IC Design Engineer
Dallas, TX

I applied through other source and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Texas Instruments.

Interview Details – Met the TI HR person at a job fair in Austin, TX, 2 business days after I was laid off from my job there. Scheduled for 2 days of interviews 1 week later, each day for a different position.

The 1st day was for a power management IC designer working in a bipolar process.
    I thought this interview was very difficult. I interviewed with a TI Fellow, a Sr TI Fellow and Senior Member Tech Staff, and 2 others. A full day of challenging questions.

The 2nd day was for a class D power amplifier designer, working in bicmos processes.
    Since I had a lot of background in audio in general, and class D in particular, I found this day of interviews to be very easy and enjoyable. Have never done so well in a job interview as I did on this day.

Apparently, the 1st group's need was greater, because an offer was made for the 1st job, but not the 2nd.

Interview Question – TI Fellow asked me this question: If you're hired, your job will be to design a power supply, that I haven't been able to figure out. How will you go about it?   View Answer

Negotiation Details – An offer was made in writing at the end of the 2nd day of interviews.

They made a generous offer, and when I wanted additional items, they gave me those too. They clearly wanted me to stop looking for a job, move to Dallas, and work for them.

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I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Texas Instruments in October 2010.

Interview Details – I had applied online and a telephonic Interview was scheduled. The interview lasted around 45 -50 mins, after which they took 7 days to decide. I was chosen for the on site interview. It consisted of 6, 1-1 interviews and a presentation

Interview Question – Explain the concept of Differential Amplifiers?   Answer Question

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Interview Details – On campus interview first. She told me that she works as an application engineer and I start the topic from the TI E2E thread. Then She asked some general questions like what do you imagine yourself after 5 to 10 years, how do you and your partner deal with difficulties in project, etc.

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