Be part of the DSP+FEC algorithm design team to specify algorithms and implementation of algorithms for the next generation high capacity modem for fiber optic channel. Data rate and DSP techniques are state-of-the-art and industry-leading. Detailed designs feed directly into ASIC team for ASIC implementation. Candidates from wireless or baseband communication are welcome.
- Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering with emphasis on communication theory, or other relevant degree.
- Minimum 4 years of industry experience in DSP algorithm design, with application either in optical communication or wireless or baseband.
- Must have experience of one round of product cycle from concept to feasibility study to detailed design and power-optimized implementation.
- Strong in areas of adaptive channel equalization in time and frequency domain, and digital implementations of them.
- Strong in area of modulation and detection.
- Strong in area of high performance carrier recovery
- Must care about algorithm complexity and power optimized designs
- Must have in-depth knowledge of modem & algorithm performance characterization
- Must have full knowledge of 1st and 2nd order phase lock loops
- Must be very strong in Matlab coding and C/C++ coding. Must have excellent programming skills and debugging skills
- Must be highly motivated, self-driven, and able to carry project independently with minimal guidance
- Must have highly effective communication skills for working in a team environment
- Must have some working knowledge of FEC and soft decision FEC. Detailed in-depth knowledge of FEC is a real plus
- Nice to have some working knowledge of analog components: ADC, DAC and VCO
- Nice to have some working knowledge of clock recovery.
- Nice to have some working knowledge of fiber optic components and the fiber optic channel. Candidates from wireless or baseband communication are welcome.
- Software development experience is a plus
- Commonly used jargons: Viterbi algorithm, MLSE, LDPC, BICM, Probabilistic Shaping, Digital Subcarrier Modulation, OFDM, Staircase FEC, Convolutional codes, Signal Rate Conversion, Adaptive equalization, Carrier recovery, Digital Pre-Distortion, Volterra nonlinear compensation, Fiber nonlinearity compensation