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Design Engineer

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Recruiter
Analog Devices
Posted
06 November 2012
Closes
04 December 2012
Location
Newbury
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
Competitive + excellent benefits

Further information

Analogue Devices

Based in Analog Device’s Newbury design center in the UK, an opportunity exists for an experienced analog RF/Mixed-signal design engineer to work on the development of high performance, highly integrated, low-power wireless transceiver products for wireless sensor and wireless telemetry applications.


The Role:


The design engineer will be an integral part of a development team that is responsible for both system level definition and circuit design of the complete transceiver signal chain, including:  LNA, PA, VGA, Mixers, RF Synthesizes and analog mixed-signal circuits such as; Analog Filters, VGA, ADC, DAC, Log Amps and AGC circuits in addition to a full suite of baseband processing modules (Modulation, De-modulation, Symbol timing recovery, AFC, AGC and Packet Processing) in a single IC.

The design engineer will work closely with the development team to define the system level architecture and will also be responsible for circuit design of RF and mixed-signal circuits to meet aggressive performance targets. In addition, the design engineer will also support silicon evaluation and test engineering groups to establish performance metrics of the final product.

The role also includes working closely with IC layout engineers, preparing engineering documents, delivering technical presentations; analysing circuit performance and production test data, and supporting all aspects of product release in addition to providing customer support.

The ideal candidate should have experience in both RF and mixed signal circuit design techniques but experience in product development in either these disciplines will be considered for this position.

The Candidate:


• Ideally 10 years+ experience in an RF or Mixed-Signal design engineering role in CMOS technology.
• Masters or PhD degrees are a plus.
• Strong teamwork abilities are required.
• Be self-motivated, have good interpersonal skills and technical problem solving skills.

Analog Devices


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