Qualcomm is the largest fabless design company in the world, generating over $15 Billion in annual revenues from chipsets and royalties from intellectual property and is consistently ranked near the top of Fortunes 100 Best Companies to work for. Qualcomm provides hardware, software and related services to nearly every mobile device maker and operator in the global wireless marketplace.
The candidate selected will work with architecture, custom design, and physical design team to define and implement the design of USB and Mixed-signal I/O ASIC IP Platforms for the next generation SOC for 20nm CMOS processes and beyond.
-Function as an analog and mixed-mode designer in USB and I/O design team.
-Work with system designers, custom macro designers, design verification and physical design teams to define, implement, and verify USB and other I/O standards.
-Analog circuit schematic, layout, floorplanning, RTL design, DC, design verification.
-Innovate new circuit architectures and work with comprehensive design teams to create low-power solutions for next generation ASICs
-10+ years of industrial experience in complex Analog design, integration and verification.
-Familiar with USB2.0 PHY architecture and implimentation.
-Experience with Cadence Virtuoso/XL, Spectre, Hspice, AMS tools.
-Good knowledge of CMOS device, circuit systems modeling, and analysis for deep submicron CMOS technologies.
-Familiarity with CAD progamming fundamentals, UNIX Shell Scripting, Skill, Ocean, LINUX OS
-Familiar with production ASIC design flow and statistical variations with manufacturing processes.
-Familiar with CMOS IC challenges and limitations, such as ESD, package models, short-channel effects and leakage.
-Excellent communication and good team player.
Required: Bachelor's, Computer Engineering and/or Computer Science and/or Electrical Engineering
Preferred: Master's, Computer Engineering and/or Computer Science and/or Electrical Engineering
Billions, maybe trillions of times a day…
That’s how often people around the world touch something made better by Qualcomm....