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Scott Bryson

Texas Instruments

Analog Design, Digital Design, Control Systems, Electromagnetics

I completed my undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from BYU in 2008, and was hired on with Texas Instruments as a Test Engineer in Tucson, AZ. As a Test Engineer I supported characterization of new devices and provided test hardware and software to promote device reliability. While in this role, I completed my Masters of Engineering through ASU and subsequently relocated to Dallas, TX. In 2016 I changed job roles to Applications Engineer where I now provide direct support to assist customers world-wide to implement their final product designs. While at Texas Instruments, I have supported products including Current Sensors, Temperature Sensors, Magnetic Sensors, Audio Amplifiers, and Digital to Analog Converters.