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Think about the technologies you can’t imagine living without that didn’t even exist a decade ago. The smartphone you tweet your witty repartee on every day. The antilock brake system that’s probably saved your life (or someone else’s) more times than you realize. The GPS system you use to find your way in the world (or to the nearest Starbucks). The medical devices that either make life easier for someone you love or have saved the life of someone you know. Odds are they’re powered with TI technology.
We can’t exactly say we make the world go ‘round, but we can confidently say that we make technologies that change the way we live, work and play – all over the world, every day.
And, on behalf of our engineers, you’re welcome – it’s what we do.
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No Offer – Interviewed in Bangalore (India) May 2013 – Reviewed yesterday New
Interview Details It was an off campus process. There were four rounds. A written round, two technical interviews and one HR Interview. The first round had 20 questions from aptitude and 20 from digital or analog, based on which we had to select. The technical interview was very easy. They asked me about my… – Full Interview
Difference between signal and a variable in VHDL.
CPU and register level changes during a function call.
Memory model of an OS and where the global variables are stored.
Some… – View Answer