Technical role in the development of baseband modem hardware solutions for the Baseband SoC Development (BSD) organization within Intel’s Communications and Devices Group (iCDG). Responsible for the definition, design, implementation and verification of complex digital modem blocks and sub-systems for wireless applications including 4G LTE and 5G.
Role would include responsibilities in one or more of the following areas: requirements and specifications, micro-architectural definition, digital design (RTL) and verification, synthesis, static timing analysis, formal verification, gate-level simulations, and power estimation and optimization. Project deliverables may include specification documents, micro-architectural definitions, RTL code (Verilog and/or System Verilog), simulation models, test benches, gate-level netlists, timing constraints, UPF files, and associated documentation and additional collateral. Strong coding and debug skills are a must have.
The ideal candidate should exhibit the following behavioral traits:
- Problem-solving skills with appropriate attention to detail
- Strong interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to work in a dynamic and team-oriented environment
This position requires an MS in Electrical or Computer Engineering plus at least 4 years of industry experience in the following areas:
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Intel is one of the largest suppliers of chips for the communications market. The Intel Communications group is focused on designing and building communications technologies such as Ethernet connectivity products, optical components, communications processing solutions and broadband products.