The design of electrical power distribution systems, standby power generation and distribution systems, and building systems, including: grounding systems, lightning protection systems, lighting systems, fire alarm systems, access control systems, CCTV systems, and telecommunications / data systems.
Those candidates who have experience with product liability analysis, electrocution, high voltage failure analysis, residential and industrial electronics equipment evaluations, and identifying subrogation potential will be given top consideration.
Understand the requirements and architect a digital CCA solution including the use of TI DSP processors, Freescale or Intel Processors, Microcontrollers, FPGA, CPLD, and volatile/no-volatile memory (DDRx, SRAM, ROM, Flash) components.
Apply the clients standards, guidelines, specifications, practices and procedures or appropriate industry standards in preparing layouts of overhead and/or underground electric distribution facilities.
Utilize basic digital logic design concepts (understanding how VHDL code translates into logic primitives within an FPGA); understanding of all of the architectural elements within Xilinx or Altera FPGA.
Derive the requirements and architect an engineering solution against those requirements including the use of DSP, Microcontroller, FPGA, ASIC, CPLD, ADC, DAC, Point of Load (POL), SERDES, Serial (I2C, SPI, etc), and volatile/non-volatile memory (DDRx, SRAM, ROM, Flash, etc) components.