Analog Design Engineer (Low Noise Analog Circuit PCB Level)

DESCRIPTION

 |  | Analog design engineer will be responsible for engineering of analog modules for E-beam metrology tools. The main responsibilities are as follows:  ·         Work with sub-system architect, derive EPS, TPS and EDS for specific analog module ·         • Design ultra low noise wideband amplifier with both excellent frequency domain and time domain response for HMI e-beam inspection tools ·         • Design signal conditioning circuit for ADC and DAC for HMI e-beam inspection tools ·         • Conduct schematic capture, circuit simulation, PCB layout ·         • Prepare technical documents for module manufacture and release. ·         • Conduct module prototyping, debug, and full function bench test ·         • Support sub-system level and system level integration
REQUIREMENTS

 |  | Ph.D. with 2+ years of hands-on experiences, or master with 5+ years hands-on experiences, or bachelor with 8+ years hands-on experiences, in electrical engineering or related fields. Hands-on experiences of schematic capture, schematic level simulation, PCB layout, PCB level simulation, prototyping, and problem solving. Familiar with test equipments such as multi-meter, SMU, signal / function generator, oscilloscope, signal / spectral analyzer, and network analyzer. The successful candidate should be a team player and should have self motivation, initiative, dedication, and strong communication skills. The candidate should also have the following specific skills or experiences. ·         OPA circuit (board level) design and building experiences. OPA application experiences ·         High Performance Signal Conditioning circuit design and building experience for test equipment, including but not limited to ultra low noice wideband voltage/current/ transimpedance amplifier, ADC driver and cable driver. ·         Ultra low noise wideband variable gain amplifier circuit (board level) design and building experience. ·         Ultra low noise wideband analog switch (board level) design and building experiences ·         High speed voltage comparator application experiences ·         High speed ADC and DAC (beyond 100Ms/s) application experiences ·         knowledge and experiences of signal integrity and power integrity ·         Mixed signal circuit (board level) design and building experiences ·         Knowledge of BJT, JFET and MOSFET for both switch mode and linear operation ·         Knowledge of device physics for the semiconductor devices such as PIN and APD for charged particle detection is a plus ·         Knowledge and experiences of board level and module level shielding and grounding is a plus | 
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