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Notes Anand Valavi of Wipro Technologies, " We want to get to the point where people think if they have some state-of-the-art analog work to be done, India is a good place to do it."
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There is n-miles to go, before we make the difference in the world & yes we are going to make it.
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Taking the challenge is easy, but overcome the challenge is not easy. However, It is possible with your association.
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Analog offers limitless possibilities.....With more work into this field its enormous potential can be unleashed .Analog even with its tradeoffs and other difficulties would get way ahead of the Digital where the entire potential is limited to mere few levels
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Bharat Electronics was the first Electronics company in India to establish a Mask and an IC fab facility in Bangalore way back in 1973 in colloboration with erstwhile RCA, USA. Since inception, the Linear Analog Products were designed in their own Design centre and wafers fabricated, tested, assembled and packaged in the inhouse established facilities. Devices manufactured were catering to the Consumer, Industrial and Defence sectors. The initial products were of Bipolar Analog and CMOS logics. In addition to these, the Mixed signal designs from the Design Centre addresses the external pure play foundries for wafer fabrication. Even now most of the custom made design and developments are in Analog domain. The team feels, as long the Digital Domain interfaces with the nature and the living beings,which are Analog, the Analog expertise would be as relevant as ever. BEL feels, India needs to build the Analog expertise,(in good demand but less number takes the challenge )for which the Engineers possess the requisite talent but requires good mentors and initial guidance. Our country though, address this issue in our own natural phase,it is foreseen that globally India would be the major contributor in this domain in about 7 to 8 years ahead.
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