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klingeltone
Post subject: On-Site Interview with Qualcomm Posted: Tue Oct 31, 2006 2:54 am
Hey All!
I have an on-site interview with Qualcomm for the 'Audio Systems Engineer' position. Anybody interviewed for this position before? I was expecting a lot of DSP questions for my phone interview but got quite a bit of analog stuff(amplifiers, opamps common mode rejection ratio, power supply rejection ratio and so on) and some acoustics. I was fine with acoustics and DSP questions but I was a little iffy with the analog stuff. When I asked the interviewer he mentioned that the position work would involve, among other things channel impulse response measurements, board verification and integration.

I'm not really sure as to how I should prepare for the interview. Should I review my analog stuff? If so what in particular?

Thanks in advance!
Mark


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Post subject: Posted: Tue Oct 31, 2006 10:26 am

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