Senior Analog and Mixed Signal Developer (21955-MCAR)
Professional Diversity Network
Natick, MA, USA
MATLAB and Simulink have been utilized extensively for designing a variety of analog-mixed signal systems. A natural unified design is required between analog and digital components for atop-down approach to the development flow. Join us and develop world-class tools to model and simulate Analog/Mixed Signalsystems within MATLAB and Simulink.
As a senior AMS designer with strong software development experience, you will provide industry with powerful tools for AMS simulation within MATLAB and Simulink. From within the product development organization, you will drive plans, carry out design and implementation, and engage with key customers.
Success factors include a passion for using MATLAB or Simulink, and AMS industry experience. This role requires collaboration with multiple teams of engineers; establishing release goals; gathering internal and external customer requirements; creating functional specifications; and testing new functionality.
You will work with quality engineers, technical writers, user experience specialists, application engineers, and marketing to ensure your solutions form a lasting foundation for our customers.
M.S. or PhD in Electrical Engineering.
Industry experience using (or developing) software to perform high-level simulation of AMS systems.
Experience writingMATLAB functions and Simulink models.
Broad range of interests inAMS simulation, e.g. Verilog-AMS, IBIS-AMI, signal integrity, circuit simulation, nonlinear modelling,optimization.
A bachelor's degree and 7 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree and 5 years of professional work experience, or a PhD degree) is required.
Expertise with modeling and simulation tools
Experience with signal processing
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