Microsemi Corporation is a semiconductor company specializing in system-engineered integrated circuits and high reliability discrete devices. The Analog Mixed Signal team is the largest commercial products group in Microsemi. We are a leading designer, manufacturer of high performance analog, mixed signal integrated circuits, and modules serving Blue Chip customers.
Microsemi’s Mixed Signal Radio Frequency (MSRF) group develops microcontroller-based sensor interface ICs for targeted automotive and industrial applications. The MSRF Sensor Product Line is looking for a Sr. Applications Engineer / Application Engineer who is versatile with mixed-signal hardware and software design duties in a dynamic and growing Applications Engineering Team, This role will require occasional travel of approximately 10 to 25%.
Roles & Responsibilities
- The candidate will develop reference designs using the sensor products, support customer designs for Automotive and Industrial applications.
- Design, prototype, and debug hardware for sensor based applications
- Develop and analyze multiple solutions to user challenges potentially prototyping one or more options to provide proof of concept
- The candidate will source and update product documentation, training material, and web content.
- Work with firmware/system engineers to ensure that hardware integrates properly
- Participate in the debug of integrated hardware/firmware solutions
- Drive electronic design review process to ensure that all designs are of highest quality
- Create and execute test plans for verifying design performance to specification
- Debug problems as they arise during verification and validation
- Document all hardware designs including design specification, bug tracking, and version control
- Participate in the international release of products
- Assist customers with technical resolutions
- Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Electrical or Electronics & Communication Engineering with 3-5 years of experience in electronics circuits design and development
- Candidate should have a combination of hardware development experience encompassing analog and digital circuit design, board bring up and debug.
- Experience in communication protocols like I2C, CAN, SPI, Modbus, etc
- Knowledge on Power Electronics, 3 phase inverter, motor control algorithms
- Experience with inductive position sensors or magnetic coil design is a plus.
- Experience with simulation soft wares like Ansys is a plus.
- Strong development and troubleshooting on embedded target boards
- Prior work experience with PCB layout tools, willingness to learn advanced concepts and assisting team members is a plus
- Knowledge of programming in C, for Embedded systems environment
- Work well in a team environment.
- Self-motivated and self-started skills with great organization skills.
- Effective and proactive communication
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