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Can you write the specifications of any electronic device?

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amira

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Hi,

I was asked a question in the interview that is if I will be able to write the specifications of any electronic device. I am kind of confused. Can anyone please help me with that?

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Re: interview question

To Some extent its possible. Thats called Reverse Enginering.
Its difficult task.. For your interview , Answer is yes. Specification consists of PVT and electrical charactristics ,how speed your design works and etc. You need to extrapolate/interpolate your design results at differnt conditions to get the brief idea about all these. The spec you get in reverst enginering is not accurate. Basically , He is checking, how you handle such Questions.

Best of Questions.

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interview question

hello Amira .

Is that in the interview they had asked u whether u r capable of writing the specs or is it in general question. well for the later one its obvious that the specs should be written b4 any design .
But may be my understanding is wrong. let me know if I am wrong.

Suresh
 

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