[Eecs-news-links] ADI job description

Batten, Tina tina.batten at oregonstate.edu
Fri Feb 5 11:51:30 PST 2016

This email was sent to me by Ankur. ADI is hiring and is very interested about OSU students.


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From: Aritra Dey <aritra.2005 at gmail.com<mailto:aritra.2005 at gmail.com>>
Date: Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 5:08 PM
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To: Ankur Guha Roy <guharoy.ankur at gmail.com<mailto:guharoy.ankur at gmail.com>>

Dr. Aritra Dey
Analog Design Engineer
Analog Devices
Raleigh, North Carolina
Web page: https://sites.google.com/a/asu.edu/aritra-dey/
Aritra Dey <aritra.2005 at gmail.com<mailto:aritra.2005 at gmail.com>>

Analog Design Engineer -
Primary Location: USA-NC-Raleigh

Design, development, and debug of Mixed Signal Integrated Circuits within a team developing highly integrated RF-to-bits transceivers. Strong baseband analog circuit skills required. RF circuit knowledge not required but is a plus. Applicants must be capable of growing their skills to encompass the wide range of circuits and systems included in these products.

Responsibilities include:
•       Identifying suitable architectures, evaluation of chip level trade-offs, developing design specifications, performing circuit design, simulation, layout and verification using computer- assisted design software.
•       Preparing design documentation and presenting design reviews, and interface with digital and systems/communications engineers to define/optimize calibration algorithms/DSP circuits.
•       It also includes debug and verification on the bench using analog and RF measurement
instruments, and coordinating with product and test engineers to release new products to manufacturing.

This role requires a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and two to four years of experience or an exceptional PhD with 0 to 2 years in the field of analog or RF design involving:
•       design, simulation, and analysis of MOS transistor-level analog circuits with feed-back control, parasitic  analysis, and AC/DC analysis;
•       analysis of analog circuit design trade-offs and parameters including noise, distortion, mismatch, gain, bandwidth, stability, and power; design of common circuit topologies used in CMOS analog circuits;
•       analysis including small/linear signal analysis, large signal and frequency domain.

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