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DSP Algorithms Engineer

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30 November 2012
28 December 2012
Alex Fothergill
South West England
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
£Exceptional packages

Further information

A rare DSP Algorithms opportunity has arisen with our client, an exciting and world famous semiconductor company, developing breakthrough processor technology targeted at the wireless communications market.

DSP algorithms developers with a strong academic background (ie PhD, 2:1 degree, etc) are sought to join this massively respected and talented team working on a variety of the latest air-interfaces such as LTE, HSPA, WCDMA, CDMA200.

* Coding theory:
- turbo codes
- convolutional codes
- trellis codes
- LDPC codes
- Reed-Solomon codes etc.
* Modulation & demodulation techniques
* Equalisation:
- matched filtering
- maximum-likelihood techniques.
* Control loops for communication systems:
- time-tracking
- power control
- AFC etc.
- Quantisation and other non-linear effects.
- Monte-Carlo simulations
- Tools :
- C
- Matlab.

This is a first rate opportunity for skilled DSP algorithm engineers to work on the DSP / wireless industry's most cutting edge techniques. Send your CV today or risk missing out!

If you are a DSP Algorithm engineer with experince in the following algorithms and techniques please send your CV to Snr
DSP Consultant Alex at IC Software

Key skills: DSP, algorithms, wireless, cellular, LTE, HSPA, WCDMA, cdma2000, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, coding theory, turbo codes, convolutional codes, trellis codes, LDP codes, Reed-Solomon codes, equalisation, modulation, etc algorithms development Jobs UK, England, South West, Bristol, Avon

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