Are you passionate about the science behind wireless systems? Are you an experienced systems engineer with 5+ years of industry experience? Would you like to help build the next generation Wi-Fi chips that will enable a new generation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices? Then join Australia’s fastest growing semiconductor startup. You’ll work with the team that invented Wi-Fi 20 years ago, and help them shape the future of Wi-Fi for IoT.
You will be responsible for the systems design that will define the performance of Morse Micro’s chips. As a senior member of the technical team, you will interface with technical implementation teams as well as explaining Morse Micro’s capabilities to large customers. The role will be supported by expert consultants with decades of experience developing advanced radio systems.
Starting date for this role would be immediately. There is potential visa sponsorship to relocate to Sydney, Australia and Morse Micro HQ for the right candidate.
Complete Design cycle from idea to mass production
System design & modelling of WLAN Physical layer
Design of algorithms to compensate for and calibrate Analog and RF imperfections
Work with Analog and RTL Design teams to transition from MATLAB/C to RTL
Cycle and Bit Accurate verification between C and RTL (or other methods)
Chip bring up on bench, with adequate knowledge of required instruments
Support of chip qualification and product engineering
Debug of chip functional and performance problems
What we’re looking for:
Wireless systems engineer with 5+ years relevant industry experience in WLAN/LTE industry
MSc or PhD in Electrical / Electronics / Communication Engineering
Experience taking wireless chips to mass production
A deep understanding of wireless systems (OFDM, channel equalization, digital filters, calibration of direct conversion radios, etc)
Expert in Matlab/Octave
A good understanding of programming languages such as C and Python
Working knowledge, or ability to learn, revision control systems such as git
Familiarity with a GNU/Linux development environment
Familiarity with the IEEE 802.11 standard
Familiarity with digital design languages such as VHDL, Verilog and SystemVerilog
Familiarity with IC design flows from Cadence or Synopsys
Experience with bringing up complex mixed-signal chips in a lab environment
Experience in Instrumentation Automation for lab and production
Healthy work environment with sit/stand desks and large screens
Lots of snacks & drinks, incl barista coffee & some of the world’s best beers
Work besides and learn from some of the world’s most experienced engineers
If you are interested in building the first 802.11ah chipset together with the inventors of Wi-Fi, then send us your resume and application letter and tell us why you should become Morse Micro's Senior Wireless PHY Systems Engineer.
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