Software Defined Radio- FPGA Engineer

Job Title: Software Defined Radio- FPGA Engineer

Employment Type: Full Time

Location: NY

Job Posted Date: December 20, 2019

Position Title: FPGA Engineer
Job Description & Responsibilities
Client is looking for a Software Defined Radio FPGA Engineer with extensive experience designing and executing FPGA solutions for a software defined radio.

Position Responsibilities
Architect and implement FPGA solutions for a Software Defined Radio
Supporting in-house and in-the-field engineering activities including travel to customer sites
Traveling to test locations, military facilities, and customer sites to directly supporting the testing, evaluation, and deployment of the Wave Relay® system
Integrating other systems, sensors, and components with the Wave Relay® system
Writing technical proposals.
Minimum Qualifications

Job Qualifications & Experience
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or commensurate experience
Experience interfacing FPGAs to host CPU systems (e.g.: ARM or other).
Experience with VHDL and or Verilog design entry, constraint, simulation, and synthesis tools
Experience programming experience using C or C++
Experience with Linux driver development (e.g. wireless, network stack)
Experience with Linux kernel and kernel module development
Current responsibilities are primarily coding
Applicant must have a US security clearance or the ability to obtain a US security clearance.

Preferred Qualifications
Experience with Xilinx Ultrascale and MicroSemi Polarfire FPGA families
Experience with Matlab simulation and filter design
Experience with both VHDL and Verilog
Experience with SystemC
Experience with design and implementation of software defined radio capabilities for FPGAs (e.g.: Digital Filters, MIMO, Demodulation, MAC, CODEC, FFT)
Master’s or PhD in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering
Experience developing software for Linux systems
Cross-compiling & porting (e.g. make, autoconf)
UNIX shell scripting
Distributed systems and network protocol development
MANET / mesh / wireless ad hoc and wired networking


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