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Job ID: JR0049370
Job Category: Intern/Student
Primary Location: Haifa, IL
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Job Type: Intern

CCD Electrical Validation Student

Job Description

The Client Connectivity Division (CCD) is a group that develops the innovative Thunderbolt communications technology. The unique technology enables the transmission of information at a very high rate, and is used for a variety of applications, from high-resolution screens to high-speed storage drives and professional film cameras. These components are installed on all Apple computers, and now the technology is penetrating the PC market. The CCD Group in Israel has a large number of engineers, who are responsible for the architecture, design, validation and application of the technology.

More Speed. More Pixels. More Possibilities.

This is what we do -

We are looking for a Student towards 1st or 2nd degree in electronics  to join the EV team in the CCD group.

What's in it for you?

The role of the CCD EV is to define and develop testing stations at the hardware and software level, the electrical characterization of the Thunderbolt components using the most advanced equipment and measurement methods in the world.

During the work, You will be exposed to the forefront of technology in the field of communications and in the field of high speed signals

You will be part of a winning EV team that deals with variety of challenges on high-speed interface - TBT/USB3.1 running at 20/10 Gb/s and working with the most advanced USB and TBT standards.

Job Responsibilities/What will you do when you come to work?

As part of the work, the students will work in the development and maintenance (hardware and software) of advanced test stations for a high bit rates. Electrical characterization of the Thunderbolt components in the laboratory.

The student is required to learn quickly new fields and to be able to work independently (personal responsibility for carrying out the tasks) while joining the team.

The students take an active part in developing various testing infrastructures, both in hardware and software. As students gain more knowledge and experience in the course of their work, they will participate in component electrical characterization, problem analysis, solution offering, test writing, and even component design.


- First or second degree electrical engineering students with at least one and a half years of studies.

- Available for at least 27 hours a week.

- Ability to work in a team, good interpersonal communication.

- Laboratory work and operation of advanced equipment.

- Knowledge in OCs (Oscilloscope, BERT, VNA etc) - advantage

- Knowledge in signal processing, Matlab, and programming - advantage

- A practical engineer who complements the 1st degree engineer - an advantage

Inside this Business Group

The Platform Engineering Group (PEG) is responsible for the design, development, and production of system-on-a-chip (SoC) products that go into Intel’s next generation client and mobile platforms. PEG strives to lead the industry moving forward through product innovation and world class engineering.

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