Analog IC Design Engineer (Japan Design Center)

Tokyo, Tokyo-to, Japan
Hardware

Summary

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Role Number:200271463
The people here at Apple don’t just build products — they build the kind of wonder that’s revolutionized entire industries. It’s the diversity of those people and their ideas that inspires the innovation that runs through everything we do, from amazing technology to industry-leading environmental efforts. Join Apple, and help us leave the world better than we found it. Imagine what you could do here! As a member of Analog Design team in Technical Development Center in Tokyo, you will have the responsibility to Design/Productize Analog ICs.

Key Qualifications

  • Successful candidate will be proficient is a subset of qualifications from the below list:
  • Good knowledge of common high-speed serial interfaces
  • Good knowledge of a variety of CDR architectures
  • Good knowledge of Tx/Rx equalization techniques
  • Good knowledge of device physics as it applies to analog IC designs.
  • Experience in Mixed-signal simulation
  • Experience in lab testing of high-speed serial links
  • Experience in behavioral modeling of PHY to assess different architectures
  • Knowledge of ESD
  • Better to have C / Matlab / Verilog A modeling
  • Business level of English communication

Description

In this role, the key responsibilities are the followings: - Create High-speed link-budget and specification definition for PHY - Create block-level specifications based on link-budget and transistor-level feasibility - Perform transistor-level feasibility studies for various blocks in Rx/Tx/Clk generation - Design and simulate transistor-level design of PHY high-speed blocks - Collaborate with layout designers for overall circuit design including layout parasitic and mismatch. - Document design and simulation results for formal design review process. - Define production / bench-level test plans for production / evaluation.

Education & Experience

University Degree (MSEE is of preference) in relevant field of specialization.

Additional Requirements