GNSS System-Debug Engineer
Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino),California,United States
+ Minimum of 5 years of experience in RF System Level test development, debug, and reporting
+ Strong RF background and familiarity with RF systems fundamentals
+ Working knowledge of RF test equipment (network analyzer, spectrum analyzer, vector signal analyzer, vector signal generator, etc.)
+ Experience in RF-System simulation environment (SystemVue, Matlab or Verilog-A)
+ Knowledge in test and script development (Python, PERL, TCL)
+ Working knowledge of RF, PLL, and general wireless systems measurements (i.e. IP3, NF, ACPR, phase noise, lock time, etc.)
+ Strong verbal and written communication skills
+ Previous GPS experience is a plus
In this role, you will be part of the GNSS RF System team and perform lab System Level investigations, implement RF standalone calibrations and run system level validation/characterization of GNSS SoC IP. SCOPE OF WORK WHEN COLLABORATING WITH: RF Architects: - RF System modeling of RF/Analog impairments. - Correlate radio behavioral model to system measurements - Analysis/Verification of radio calibrations (IQ, DCOC, Delay Calibration, IIP2, etc.) - RF system characterization measuring phase noise, sensitivity, and other radio parameters RFIC circuit designers, PHY, PHY FW engineers: - Bench test, debug, and characterization of RF SoC IP including receivers, PLL, amplifiers, ADCs, crystal oscillators, and PMU - Debug of chip level or board level deSense and spur issues - Generation of RF design/verification/test report - Collaborate with System bring-up and integration teams on RF board layout, test interface methodology and programming sequence, and RF calibration programming
**Education & Experience**
A BS degree in EE or related fields is required; a M.Sc. degree is desirable.
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