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Freescale Semiconductor ASIC Design Engineering Interview Questions

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Anonymous Employee in Bengaluru (India)
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Freescale Semiconductor (Bengaluru (India)).

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Digital design concepts ,VHDL constructs for verification, Verilog and design verification environment explanation in detail, AMBA AHB AXI Protocol, AES Encryption, how to setup regression for testing blocks, Level of confidence, Presence of mind.

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  • Counters, Flipflops, Latches, 32:8 Bit converter, State machine design, VHDL - Process statement, seuential logic, combo logic implementation, Functional coverage, code coverage - which coverage is crtitcal for verification sign-off and why ? , Different coding styles for FSMs, DV Environment diagram and explanation of last project in last company,.   Answer Question

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    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Tianjin, Tianjin (China)
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    The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Freescale Semiconductor (Tianjin, Tianjin (China)) in August 2010.

    Interview

    freescale contacted me about a position with the print team. i was well paid and was doing well at the company i was with at the time, but i agreed to interview anyway. the head of global print operations was under a lot of pressure due to the lawsuits, etc. yet, he needed headcount, especially they needed help with the actual print operation and the quality problems they were having at the time.

    the job was for a permanent position — why else would they go through a grueling 2 days of interviews for a contractor? but when i pressed him on salary and asked him to match and provide much more than what i was making and i anchored at an amount, he buckled and made it contractual instead.

    he waffled, so i said “no thanks”.

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