Permanent job : System Function Architect/Detector Design Engineer
Location : San Jose, CA
•Generate design and specifications of the sub-system based on the system functions/requirements.
•Define the concepts and architecture of the sub-system and translate into a module level breakdown.
•Define sub-system specification and tolerance budgets and translate into balanced requirements per module.
•Generate and review related IP documents.
•Monitor the sub-system level integration and support upper level system level integration.
•Provide suggestion and improvement plans of the sub-system and translate into balanced requirements to modules in the sub-system.
•Provide guidance to the design engineer of modules, PCBs and ASICs in the sub-system.
PhD with 5+ years of hands-on experiences, or master with 10+ years hands-on experiences, or bachelor with 12+ years hands-on experiences, in electrical engineering or related fields. Hands-on experiences in complex electronic system / sub-system design, debug, verification, and integration. Hands-on experiences of schematic capture, schematic level simulation, PCB layout, PCB level simulation, prototyping, and problem solving.
•The successful candidate should be a team player and should have self-motivation, initiative, dedication, and strong communication skills.
•Capable of designing complex electronic system / sub-system from ground based on SPS. Derive EPS, TPS and EDS of sub-system and module from system level SDS.
•Comprehensive knowledge and experience of electronic building blocks such as but not limited to high performance analog circuit (amplifier, analog switch, comparator, voltage and / or current reference, regulator, ADC, and DAC), digital circuit (MCU, CPLD, FPGA, and optical transceiver).
•Familiar with test equipment such as multi-meter, SMU, signal / function generator, oscilloscope, signal / spectral analyzer, and network analyzer.
•Knowledge and experience of shielding and grounding design and implementation in complex electronic system / sub-system / module.