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sguerzon
 Post subject: RF Architect needed CMOS Power Amplifier experience-
Posted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 2:54 pm 
 
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Hi all. I work with Panasonic Research and Development and we have a Wireless Research Laboratory in Santa Clara, CA. We're looking for an RF Architect with specific experience in CMOS PA design.

Please see the job description below.

Qualifications:
1. PhD degree in Wireless Communication with 2 years of related industry work experience or equivalent experience in CMOS PA Design.
2. Prior experiences in polar transmitter technology, transceiver architecture definition, and simple circuit level design are desired but not required.
3. Strong wireless communication background. Must have in-depth knowledge in filter design, DSP algorithm development, modulation, and demodulation techniques. Understands ISI and fading channel conditions and design challenges. Basic understanding of information theory and coding theory.
4.Good understanding about the trade-offs between common transceiver architectures. For example, direct-conversion, very low IF, and super-heterodyne architectures.
5. Basic understanding of transistor models and operations.
6.Must be fluent with Matlab or Simulink. Familiar with SPW, Verilog, Virtuoso, and AMS is a plus
7. Familiar with the operation of the test equipments, for example, R&S CMU200, FSEA, FSIQ, and Agilent 4440

Candidates interested in this or any position with Panasonic should register and login at the Panasonic Career Center website below:

https://recruiter.kenexa.com/panasonic/cc/CCJobDetailAction.ss?command=CCViewDetail&ccid=bupJEdUjsTs%3D&job_REQUISITION_NUMBER=14931

or email me at: guerzons@us.panasonic.com

We are committed to creating a diverse work environment and proud to be an equal opportunity employer (m/f/d/v). Pre-employment drug testing may be required. Due to the high volume of responses, we will only be able to respond to candidates of interest. All candidates must have valid authorization to work in the U.S. Please no employment agency solicitations at this time. Thank you for your interest in Panasonic Corporation of North America.


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