Firmware Design Engineer
Posted on: March 16, 2019
The successful candidate will be responsible for design, simulation, coding, and implementation of DSP and control algorithms in FPGAs for generating and decoding waveforms. This position will be part of a team developing a suite of commercial avionics communication and navigation equipment based on software defined radio methodologies. KeyCore Qualifications High level knowledge of communications systems, modulation, demodulation, digital signal processing, discrete-time math, various waveforms AM, FM, D8PSK, C4FM, PI4DQPSK, etchellip Demonstrated ability to Design and simulate waveform generators and decoders with high level tools (e.g. MATLAB) Implement complex algorithms using FPGAs, adeptly handling placement, routing, and timing constraints. Work with a project team to resolve integration issues at board and system levels Experienced with bench equipment networkspectrumvector analyzers, oscilloscopes, etc. General knowledge of current FPGA technologies, have worked with a major suppliers products Xilinx, Altera, Actel, Lattice, Atmel, etc. Experience working in a requirements based environment Works to and supports schedules and metrics Experience mentoring junior engineers BS EE or equivalent. Proficient in VHDL or Verilog 5+ years of experience in radio development Preferred Qualifications Experience working in a team developing product and board level requirements. Design experience of software defined tactical radios (preferred), andor ComNav designs Experience with Requirement Management tools Experience developing under FAA certification environment, e.g. DO-254 Knowledge of the following technologiesskills is a plus P-25 system and C4FMCQPSK modulation techniques Tetra system and PI4DQPSK modulation techniques Radio navigation and communications standards DME, ILS, VOR, GPS, etc. Mesh radiorsquos, WiFi, Codec, 3G4G LTE
Keywords: Greenlight, Prescott , Firmware Design Engineer, Engineering , Prescott, Arizona
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