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very international company and never feel bored. lots of jobs to do and you will find your job will change the world
it is a little big high pressure because the market is very competitive.
Advice to Management
maybe need more communication in the company
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Wolfson Microelectronics.
Initial communication was through a recruiter. The first formal interview was phone interview with the hiring manager. After such, there was a scheduled meeting with the whole team I was interviewing for. Here is where the more in- depth technical interview happened. The questions were mainly related to every-day application engineering issues. They also asked for PCB design best practices examples.
- All job related questions were not hard. They just involved normal applications engineering and PCB board design knowledge. The most unexpected (not because it was hard, but because I did not expect such simple question to be asked) question came to be simple CMOS related logic - NAND, NOR represented in CMOS logic. Answer Question
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Wolfson Microelectronics keeps the wolf from its door by selling mixed-signal microchips. The fabless semiconductor company designs mixed-signal (i.e., analog plus digital) semiconductors used in audio, video, imaging, communications, and industrial applications. Pursuant to its focus on the digital consumer electronics segment, Wolfson has developed AudioPlus, which increases the life of batteries, provides noise cancellation, and offers other features to enhance the listening experience. The company's blue-chip client roster has included Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, and ...