Scope of Responsibilities/Expectations
You will be a member of a small (1-8 person) multi-disciplinary team, and will be responsible for architecting, implementing and testing digital signal processing solutions for a variety of advanced wireless communications products.
Our projects usually warrant 1-1.5 year efforts for teams of 8 people or less. The teams are multi-disciplined and typically utilize 2 – 4 software engineers.
You must have the ability to meaningfully communicate with members of all engineering disciplines (Hardware, RF, Software, FPGA, etc), as well as management.
You must be a flexible, results-oriented problem-solver who requires minimal supervision. Projects can vary greatly from one to the next, so you must thrive on variety and enjoy taking on new challenges.
In this position you will need a willingness to learn one or more wireless communication standards (GSM, CDMA, iDEN, Tetra, 3G, etc.). You will have the opportunity to work with the latest in commercial technology and add significant capabilities to these systems.
You must possess knowledge in (or an interest in) microprocessor-based hardware design and be proficient in Digital Signal Processing system design and analysis. You will be responsible for the design, implementation and testing of complex embedded software applications for a state-of-the-art small form factor Software Defined Radio platform.
Working in a small project team, your tasks will often involve hands-on interaction with product hardware for development and debugging. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are important.
You must have an excellent understanding of real-time embedded software design and be proficient in Linux, C, C++, Perl and other software languages and operating systems. Applicants should be experienced in using Matlab.
You must be a U.S. Citizen with the ability to obtain a necessary security clearance as required by government contract.
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