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    [moved] Analog circuit Design Vs Analog layout Design

    Hi,
    I am working in Analog circuit designing (beginner-2 year exp).I getting opening in analog layout design also.
    I don't know anything in anlaog layout design.Only, i know PCB designing.

    Is anlaog layout design is better than analog circuit designing?

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    Re: [moved] Analog circuit Design Vs Analog layout Design

    better -- in which aspect?



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    Re: [moved] Analog circuit Design Vs Analog layout Design

    Circuit design is broader than layout design. As a
    layout designer, you will be given a circuit designer's
    schematic based work to implement. You will be
    expected to "do the right thing" re matching and
    other analog concerns with your hands somewhat
    tied (no changing values or topology, just how things
    are arranged to best effect).

    The main difference as I see it is, circuit design will
    require you to be inventive on demand while layout
    design is more about craftsmanship (which you will
    also have to develop, but more abstract design (like
    circuit design) to me is more of a "you got it, or you
    don't" set of mental / personality attributes - not
    everyone can execute, and not everyone can handle
    the pressure and the inevitable failures large or small
    that come from going where noone has gone before
    (though many of us persevere at me-too product
    designs).


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