|Subject:||Re: Design circuits|
|Date:||Sat, 08 Apr 2006 01:06:50 GMT|
Charles Schuler wrote:
Don't feel bad. A close friend owned his company and interviewed all engineers before they were hired. His standard question/challenge was to have them sketch an op-amp circuit with a voltage gain of 10. He found that few fresh EE grads could draw a circuit that would work.
Draw it in 1) boxes and triangles, 2) integrated circuit chips, or 3) discrete parts (or equivalent discrete parts) ? with or without assumed/realistic numbers?
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