|Job Title||WLAN Algorithm Design & Baseband Modeling Engineer|
|Company||Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.|
|Job Area||Engineering – Software|
|Location||India – Bangalore|
|Job Overview||Develop, deliver and maintain fixed-point C++/SystemsC models for physical layer (PHY) hardware implementation of Qualcomms next generation 802.11ax WiFi transceivers Ability to understand various WLAN standards (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac) and 802.11ax Draft 4.0 Models are used as golden reference for design verification (DV) as well as performance characterization and final performance signoffs Perform EVM analysis and optimize various bit widths so that the model can be used for bit exact testing on RTL Identify performance deficiencies and propose enhancements to implementation of PHY algorithms Work closely with Standards, Design Verification and Emulation teams to ensure timely deliveries of C++ models and verified designs Develop large-scale automation tools and testing infrastructure for code-quality assurance and performance characterization of end-to-end models|
|Minimum Qualifications||Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Information Systems, Computer Science, or related field.
2+ years Hardware Engineering experience or related work experience.
|Preferred Qualifications||Minimum Qualifications: Masters degree in Electrical / Electronics Engineering (esp. Communications and Signal processing) Strong PHY algorithm and communication system design background Strong verbal and written communication skills, with ability to clearly organize and articulate information Strong fundamentals in at least one of the following domains: wireless communications, digital signal processing, information & coding theory Good knowledge of DSP concepts: sampling, interpolation/decimation, aliasing, filtering, fixed point arithmetic Desired Qualifications: Ph.D. degree in Electrical / Electronics Engineering or Computer Science Experience in fixed point C++ or SystemC HW model development Experience working with geographically distributed teams Knowledge of AGC and radio operation: gains/gain changes, signal power computation, noise sources. Knowledge, at a signal processing level, of data-converters and general RF impairments|
|Education Requirements||Required: Master’s|