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digital engineer to enter into mixed-signal

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Hi guys,

I am a digital design engineer with 3 years experience. While working with analog engineers for SOC project, I found that Analog design is very interesting. So, I started thinking about changing my career into Mixed-signal engineer, but I don't know where to start. Already I have read some of analog books and designed some analog block like opamp, bandgap ref and pll. However, I am afraid my effort would not relate to actual working experience. To utilize my digital design experience, I guess mixed-signal might be a right choice for me.

Could anyone give me advice and tips for switching career? To work as a mixed-signal engineer, I have to find a new job, but, I dont have a right experience for that. Hue~~ I am really worried about my career.
Is there anyone who successfully switch the career?
 

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