Systems Engineer (Transceivers/Cellular/Wireless)

3 days left

€50 - €70 per hour
03 May 2017
31 May 2017
Brett Camp
Contract Type
Full Time

Systems Engineer

Location: Leuven, Belgium

Job Type: 12+ month contract

The Company

Consol Partners client is a well-known global telecommunications company that has been running for around three decades. They are still continuing to grow in their historic market as well as growing and expanding into brand new areas. They are focused on innovation and dedicated to hiring the most skilled people in the market.

The Role

You will be responsible for system-level analysis and the development of algorithms that are required for the transceiver chip (Tx, Rx or synthesizers). You will be responsible for the development of novel architectural solutions including the development of algorithms/models that are required in those architectures, deriving specifications for the different systems in varies products. Ideally you will have a strong background in DSP algorithms such as interpolation, decimation, FFT, sigma delta, (adaptive) filtering, optimization algorithms, RLS, LMS, Kalman filters etc. Also, knowledge of cellular transceivers and radio control and calibration algorithms at system level are considered a bonus. You will need to do the measurements as well as debugging and comparing the anomalies.

The Individual

  • PhD in electrical engineering or equivalent field, or MS with comparable experience.
  • 3+ years of project relevant experience
  • Strong algorithmic background (both digital signal processing and optimization fields)
  • Strong Matlab experience
  • Knowledge of wireless transceivers is a plus and ideally the behaviour of the analog building blocks.
  • Fluent in English

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