The main focus of the job is the development and evaluation of wireless radio systems, with commercial available components or with Imec transceivers.
- System level analysis, performance studies, measurements and evaluation of wireless systems;
- Translate overall specifications into sub-block specifications; guide IC designers in the implementation of sub-blocks;
- Hands-on mentality with embedded hardware & software platforms;
- Prototyping of proposed solutions on printed circuits boards, FPGA, and DSP;
- Contribute to the radio system discussions and interact with multi-disciplinary teams of system experts, analog and digital IC designers, SW stack developers;
- Interact with external partners as part of the second-line technical support;
- Over the years you will grow either on the technical staff or on the managerial ladder.
- Excellent understanding of wireless communication systems;
- Good knowledge of state-of-the-art in low power wireless radio systems;
- Has been involved in multi-disciplinary discussions on radio systems;
- Understanding RF and transceiver designs is a plus;
- Experience in Matlab, Simulink, C++, Python, and other simulation tools;
- Experience with RF equipment, wireless signal measurement equipment, automated measurement scripts, and hardware platforms;
- Being able to work with FPGA and/or DSP hardware;
- Experience with transferring research results into development;
- MSc degree in electrical engineering or equivalent through experience;
- At least 4 years of experience in wireless systems R&D.
For all inquiries, please contact:
Ms Najat Loiazizi, HR specialist
Telephone number: +31 (0)40 40 20 675
The IMEC Ultra-low Power Wireless Systems team has the mission to develop world-class ultra-low power (ULP) system-on-a-chip (SoC) transceivers, with a sub-mW power consumption. It is internationally recognized as a centre of excellence in the field of ultra-low power transceiver design. The ULP Wireless Systems team, is part of a broader program on the intuitive internet of things.Read more