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device modeling or analog circuit design?

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Hi all,
Is it good to have device modeling experience if you want to focus on analog circuit design? Do I need to know in details or just surface level about device modeling? Currently I am doing pad circuit design+ analog layout for my company. I plan to specialize in analog circuit design and I get an offer to be device modeling eng. I just confuse whether I should accept it or not since my goal is to become analog circuit design.

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Its better to specialize in analog circuit design as you'll have a stable foundation for modeling.
 

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antonio_iea said:
Its better to specialize in analog circuit design as you'll have a stable foundation for modeling.
Thnaks antonio.... u mean I should accept the offer for device modeling eng and later on specialize in analog circuit design.
 

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