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re: Conquering behemoth designs
Kinnar   7/29/2012 7:04:36 PM
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The electronics design methodology always keeps changing at the technology changes I am seeing this kind of similar methodical changes since the transistor based designs. But ultimately when a design needs to be a successful design it normally gets evolved from scratch and then gets passed through all the possible methodologies before getting proved as successful design. The exceptions will be always there for every generalized saying.

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