Transoma Medical

  www.transomamedical.com
  www.transomamedical.com

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    I enjoyed my time at Transoma

    Former Employee - Production in New Brighton, MN
    Former Employee - Production in New Brighton, MN

    I worked at Transoma Medical full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Everybody was easy to work with - willing to help everybody out.

    Cons

    Company is no longer around

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    Analog Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Minneapolis, MN
    Anonymous Employee in Minneapolis, MN
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    I applied online. The process took a dayinterviewed at Transoma Medical in January 2009.

    Interview Details

    the interview was for an analog engineer with a year's experience.i was a recent college graduate.the interviewer asked me specific questions regarding the job position only.nothing regarding what i had done or anything from my resume was even questioned about

    Interview Questions
    • what type of ADC's do you know about ? Which do you think is the best ?   Answer Question
    • What do you mean by centroid arrangement of layout ?   Answer Question
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Website www.transomamedical.com
Headquarters Saint Paul, MN
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year

Transoma Medical can really get under your skin. The medical technology company makes implantable, wireless diagnostic and monitoring devices aimed at two different customer groups. The company's Data Sciences International (DSI) division develops implantable monitors that collect physiological data in laboratory animals. Products designed by its Patient Management Devices (PMD) unit, including its Sleuth ECG Monitoring System, diagnose cardiac arrhythmias and syncope (fainting) in humans with cardiovascular disease. The company received FDA approval for the Sleuth system... More

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