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Lead Research Engineer - Wireless DSP - London

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Recruiter
IC Software
Posted
19 April 2012
Closes
17 May 2012
Ref
J18368
Contact
Alex Fothergill
Location
South East England
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£££ Good packages commensurate with experience

Further information

Lead Research Engineer - Wireless DSP - Surrey - DSP algorithms, C/C++, Matlab, WCDMA, 3GPP, LTE, UMTS, OFDM, DVB, WiMax, etc

My client, a leading blue chip organisation, has a vacancy for a lead research engineer within their wireless development business unit. This will involve planning, organizing and managing engineering research and future wireless technology standardisation. Of paramount importance will be the generation of intellectual property (IP) mobile communications technology.

Candidates will have:

Extensive experience of DSP algorithm design and simulations for technologies such as LTE, UMTS, DVB, WCDMA, etc and educated to PhD level.

Good C/C++ and Matlab skills.

Leadership experience within collaborative research projects.

Working knowledge of standardisation committees and forums.

Contact Alex, DSP Consultant at IC Software, for more information and to apply - alex.fothergill@ic-software.com | +44(0)118 9881150

Key skills: PhD, Wireless Research, DSP algorithms, C/C++, Matlab, WCDMA, 3GPP, LTE, UMTS, OFDM, DVB, WiMax, London, England, UK.

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