Analog Devices

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    Top heavy management. Personal growth / opportunities slow.

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Analog Devices Interviews

Updated 26 Feb 2015
Updated 26 Feb 2015

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    I emailed HR with my CV and was then invited to a telephone interview. The interview was took around 45 mins and was conducted by the manager for the position I was applying and a HR representative. Most questions were basic analog circuit questions involving filters and some competency questions.

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Analog Devices Awards and Accolades

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Top 25 Best Tech Companies To Work For, Business Insider, 2010
Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces: Technology, Information, and Research Industry, Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, 2013
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Website www.analog.com
Headquarters Norwood, MA
Size 5,000+ Employees
Founded 1965
Type Company - Public (ADI)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue £1 to £2 billion (GBP) per year

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) is fluent in both analog and digital. The company is a leading maker of analog (linear and mixed-signal) and digital integrated circuits (ICs), including digital signal processors (DSPs). Its linear ICs translate real-world phenomena such as pressure, temperature, and sound into digital signals. ADI's thousands of chip designs are used in industrial process controls, medical and scientific instruments, communications gear, computers, and consumer electronics devices. ADI's chips go into high-tech goods from more than 60,000 companies, including... More

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