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svenand
Member Since: November 4, 2013
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Sven started his career in the electronics industry almost 40 years ago working for LM Ericsson in Stockholm. For the first 15 years Sven worked as an electronic component test engineer testing everything from 7400-series devices to microprocessors like the MC6800 and MC68000. In 1990, he moved into ASIC design, starting with the Motorola H4C (0.35µm) and now working with today's 28nm processes. Over the course of the last few years, Sven started to work with programmable devices. Today, he works as an ASIC/FPGA designer at his own consulting company, Zoocad Consulting in Stockholm.



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