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Senior Software Engineer (Physical Layer Software)

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Recruiter
Matchtech
Posted
01 May 2012
Closes
29 May 2012
Ref
262226JMM
Contact
Jonathan Martin
Location
Hampshire
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£44 - £48 per hour

Further information

Our client has a requirement for a software engineer to work as part of the development team producing LTE products. Experience of development and testing on the physical layer is essential. Layer 1 expertise preferred.

Purpose of Role

The Platform Group PHY development team develops Physical Layer software for the clients product set. Most of the development work is done in C/ C++ in an embedded environment although there is some PC development required to provide an application programming interface.

A hands-on development role working in the team involved in the design and development of Platform Group PHY software.

Duties & Responsibilities

> Development in embedded C/C++
> Development of LTE PHY
> Development and integration test of the lower level software
> Analysis of LTE/3G specifications
> Work within the software development methodology used in the Platform Group

Essential Skills

> Very good mathematical background
> Proven commercial full-lifecycle software development experience
> Development experience with DSPs
> Embedded software development experience
> Practical experience with, and knowledge of, the LTE or 3G Layer1 interface
> Experience in developing complex, numerically-oriented algorithms and systems on a modern DSP
> Knowledge/familiarity with radio telecommunications standard (such as LTE, W-CDMA, WiMAX etc)
> Experience with standard code management and defect tracking tools

To apply for this position, candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK
Embedded Software Engineer
Embedded Software Engineer
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