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I am an R&D PCB design engineer with 2 years of experience, at this point i feel like i need to improve my practical knowledge, like working in a PCB factory in order to get familiar with fabrication related details. i get a few details from my manager and i feel i need to learn more to acquire the ability to determine whats better and what is not
So why do most text books put too much effort to explain transistors in such huge detail? Why to bother and get choked in the details? Do you use transistors much besides designing ICs? Having sound fundamental knowledge of electronic ckt design is of paramount importance if one wants to have a career out of it. If building ckts
A quick search showed me that the 2N2222 was introduced in 1962 (54 years ago) as a general purpose transistor. During my long electronics career I worked with many audio, radio and video products and it was never used in any of them. If you want a fast transistor then use a fast transistor, not a general purpose one.
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Hello everyone, I am Master's student of micro/nano systems in Germany. My course is focused in Semiconductor technology and application. During studies I also did a student job in a company where I developed skills in EDA and design automation. I also have interest towards Analog/Mixed signal design, but I have basic experience with it. Current
I have recently passed the Electronics Engineering Licensure exam in the philippines and I'm plannning to pursue a career in chip design preferrably mixed signal or digital. I have applied at different semiconductor companies. The problem is they don't design the IC's here, they only conduct tests and troubleshooting. I am planning to work as a t
I have recently passed the Electronics Engineering Licensure exam in the philippines and I'm plannning to pursue a career in chip design preferrably mixed signal or digital. I have applied at different semiconductor companies. The problem is they don't design the IC's here, they only conduct tests and troubleshooting. I am planning to work as a t
I just passed the electronics engineer licensure exam in the Philippines, and now i would like to pursue a career in chip design. I have applied for a a japanese company (ROHM) and Maxim integrated for the entry level positions of design verification engineer and test engineer. I have passed the exams and interviews at ROHM, but I still want to tak
I was using cadence virtuoso for my entire career(last 10 years) and never worked in any mentor layout tool(except calibre verification) Now my new project is going to start in Mentor Pyxis, I am not at all familiar with this tool. I am feeling very difficult in doing layout and modifying layout with this tool, is there is any way by which I can
Hi everyone, I need some advice because my career, that is at its beginning, is already stucked and I'm so frustratin. I'm italian, and here the university have a lot of theory; we student have really nice and deep theoretical knwoledge, even in Engineering degree the amount of science is really high, and is research-oriented. Is plusa Msc than a
I am a Analog design engineer (Electronics)with exp. of 5 years.I want to shift my career into Linux to enhance my career .I am planning to do a RED HAT CERTIFICATION COURSE Will it help me with my background in electronics . Just want to Know which domain should I specialized in Linux which can help me progress in my career .I have (...)
Hi. I am RTL engineer of DSP. I recently found ARM Design Kit like BP210-BU-0000-R1P0. The reason of writing of this posting is I felt to learn about a chip level to expension for my career. But I'm alone to learn this. So I want to know how to learn with these ARM Design Kits. So I want to design my very own simple ARM chip. Would you p
Hi, I am electronics engineer with around 8 years of experience in to aerospace domain. If I want to pursue a career in Nanotechnology, is there any chance? what background qualification do I need and where to start with? Regards, skr
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Hello, We all know that ?you don?t go above the bosses head? in any UK electronics engineering company?to do so is career suicide.. However, what do you do when your Engineering Manager is deliberately ?pranging? the electronics products so that they fail in the field, subsequently putting the company out of business??at which point the Enginee
Hi Guys, I have 1.7 years of front end regression experience and later that i didnt get any job.I am waiting for aa opprtunity in the backend and remained idle for 2.5 years,recently i took training in physical design.But no opportunities.Could you suggest me some career path? I am intrested for any non coding profile.
Hi friends, I'm pursuing M.Tech. My program is VLSI design and Embedded System. I want to come towards research. I'm little strong in my basics but I don't have any practical experience. My favorite subjects are Basic Electronics, Digital Electronics. Please, any one suggest me some fundamental books, websites which develops my basic fundamental
I found that even some RF engineers are afraid building inductors. Is something like doing the scariest thing in their career. And I am not joking. Years ago when I was younger, the highest number of inductors that I ever built (wound) for a project were about 200 in just one day. For about $25 you can buy a pretty accurate inductance meter that
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Hello Iam little confused about career paths available for Electronics my information that there are main paths like (Embedded , Consumer Electronics , IC design ) but also i think that Embedded (not electronics - mainly depend on software developing and testing ) and IC design has a lot of careers (Analog designer , Digital Designer , Verifica