FreeScale Semiconductors is dream company of every electronics student and one of the best semiconductor in India.It is having its centers in Noida and Bangalore in India.
As far as recruitment is concerned this company is not a mass recruiter and selects only the best students available.
In their recruitment procedure they have written test, followed by two interviews Technical and HR interview.
If you want to clear written test of freescale semiconductors you must have good knowledge of electronics core subjects particularly Digital Electronics, VLSI design, Semiconductors etc. If you have knowledge of hardware design languages like VHDL, VERILOG this will prove a plus in the interview.
No what they are going to ask in written test:
The written test will be completely technical
- Plz,Plz,Plz…..Clear the concepts of set up and hold time terms of digital electronics(3 to 4 questions on this topic alone). Most of the available books contain only their definition and brief introduction but try to go to as much detail as you can.
- One question on labeling the various ports of NMOS, PMOS or CMOS whose structure will be given there.
- 1 question on Sequential machine diagram.
- Question on designing gates using NMOS or CMOS.
- Question on input and output waveform of NMOS or CMOS circuit.
- 1 or 2 questions may be asked sometimes from 8085 microprocessor.
- Ring Counter Question
- Question on sequence generator.
- An opamp with input resistance will be given and you will have to find the output of that circuit.
So in the end you must be clear with the concept of digital electronics at least.
In interview they will ask questions from digital electronics
1.what is set up time?
2.what is hold time?
3.Do latches have set up and hold time?
And questions from VLSI and semiconductors also.
HR interview will just be a formality if you clear technical round.
I am also having files containing some questions in the test. They can help you in your preparation. You just give your email address if you want these files.
So work hard to get into Freescale.
Best of luck……