Join our team and develop the technologies that enable scientists and engineers to incorporate instruments used in wireless communication test such as vector signal transceivers, RF signal generators and spectrum analyzers into their MATLAB-based technical computing workflows.
As a member of the Instrument Control Toolbox team, you will participate in all phases of the design, development, and testing of RF instrument connectivity over a variety of standard interfaces and driver technologies. You will be involved in the entire development process, including:
* Requirements gathering * Functional and design specifications * Design reviews * Implementation and code reviews * Unit testing
The position requires C++ development experience and interest in developing software to interface with test and measurement hardware used in wireless communication test and validation. You will work closely with other developers, quality engineers, user experience specialists, and documentation specialists to develop and document features for the toolbox.
Some combination of the following:
* Experience working with instruments such as RF signal generators, spectrum analyzers, oscilloscopes, or function generators * Experience with standard transports, protocols, or interfaces such as VISA, GPIB, TCP/IP, UDP, RS232, SPI, I2C, or Bluetooth * MATLAB programming skills * Familiarity with software design patterns and object-oriented design * Experience working with C/C++ third-party libraries * Familiarity with signal processing and communications algorithms and standards * Agile development processes
A bachelor's degree and 5 years of professional work experience (or a master's degree) is required.
Demonstrated experience in/with C++
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