Cellular Modem FW/SW System Engineer
Software and Services
Our Cellular PHY system team is looking for a passionate System Engineer to join us. The group is developing and integrating the PHY/L1 Layers of the 5G/4G Cellular modem. In this role, we are looking for an experienced, hands-on Modem FW system engineer with knowledge and understanding of Cellular Modem FW architecture with emphasis on PHY data and control flows. We are seeking a candidate with an ability to analyze, debug and triage RT FW problems including the development of debug tools as well as FW RT profiling.
- 5+ years of proven experience in FW Modem development and bring up in the lab
- Multiprocessor RT FW architecture and data/control flows
- Experience with C/C++, Matlab, and Python
- Good understanding of communication theory and signal processing of PHY layer
- Experience with silicon prototyping, emulation systems, and virtual platforms
- Experience in LTE/5G-NR Modem development - an advantage
- Experience in MAC/RRC layers - an advantage
- Knowledge of multiple 4G/5G signaling and physical layer test equipment (Keysight/Anritsu/R&S) - an advantage
In this role you will be responsible for: - Master Cellular PHY/L1 protocols and implementation - PHY/L1C flows enablement by using base station emulators - Analyze large-scale multi processor RT FW architecture and flows (Power, DRx, Tx/Rx, Handover, Coex, etc.) - Develop RT FW debug and tracing tools - Debug and triage issues from lab and field trials - Evaluate HW/SW partitioning for optimizing system utilization - Collaborate in a cross-functional environment across multiple geographies
Education & Experience
B.Sc / M.Sc in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science or related discipline
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