[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.

Karti


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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>>

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Dr. Aritra Dey
Analog Design Engineer
Analog Devices
Raleigh, North Carolina
USA
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
Description

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.
Qualifications

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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