IC Resources Ltd

Senior DSP Engineer

Location
Farnborough
Salary
£40000.00 - £70000.00 per annum
Posted
26 Nov 2018
Closes
24 Dec 2018
Ref
JO-1811-135893
Contact
Chris Wyatt
Job Function
Design
Specialist Area
DSPs
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

This Senior DSP Engineer vacancy is based in Farnborough, UK with my client operating within the wireless communications industry. As a Senior DSP Engineer, you will join the team responsible for PHY ( Physical ) layer algorithm implementation onto DSP's ( Digital Signal Processors ) and Vector processors. Eligible Senior DSP Engineers will have a proven background of implementing communication algorithms onto DSP devices for the wireless communications industry.


Experience can be gained in any one of the main wireless communications sectors ( Cellular, Wi-Fi, Sat Com etc.). Eligible Senior DSP Engineers will also have a relevant degree, and have experience in;



  • DSP implementation
  • Physical layer / PHY Algorithm development
  • Device Driver development


  • If this sounds like you and you're keen to find out more then please apply and contact Christopher Wyatt, Senior Consultant at IC Resources. Even if you are unsure that you fulfil all of the criteria, feel free to still apply and highlight this as there may be similar roles we can recommend.

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