RF On-chip Passive Design Engineer (f/m/d)
Munich, Bavaria-Bayern, Germany
Imagine what you could do here. At Apple, new ideas have a way of becoming extraordinary products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring passion and dedication to your job and there's no telling what you could accomplish. Multifaceted, great and inspiring people, innovative technologies are the norm here. Will you join us in crafting solutions that do not yet exist? We are looking to hiring an on-chip passive design engineer in a group at Apple that develops RF chips that will be used in Apple mobile devices. You will be specifically responsible for on-chip inductors/transformers/caps/transmission lines, as well as on-chip filters, phase shifters, and couplers etc. You will be responsible from design to tapeout. You will work closely with multi-functional teams including RF design team, packaging design team, CAD, process teams etc. Prior experience on-chip EM modelling is preferred.
- The ideal candidate should have deep knowledge on electromagnetic theory, microwave engineering and antenna engineering. He or she should have hands-on experience on EM passive designs and is familiar with EM simulation tools like HFSS, Peakview, EMX, Momentum or Helic. The candidate should also be familiar with on-wafer measurement, have experience using VNA, TDR, LCR meters etc. The candidate should have an excellent academic background with 3+ years of working experience beyond graduate school studies. Good communication skill is also a must.
Responsibility includes: - Electrical and Physical design of EM/Microwave components and circuits - Working with RF/packaging/CAD/Process engineering cross functional teams to architect and develop future RF on chip passives
Education & Experience
MSEE is required, and PhD is preferred.
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