$100K — $150K *
As an Analog design engineer you will be responsible for the analysis, design, and development of analog integrated circuits used in next generation mobile devices using BiCMOS, SOI, and CMOS technologies. Typical circuitry to be developed will include BJT and MOS biasing blocks, linear and logarithmic RF detectors, Over-voltage/over-current protection circuits, regulators, and a range of closed loop feedback circuits. Some developments will also require basic skills in system level analysis. Any additional knowledge and experience in the followings is a plus.
•RF circuits including amplifiers and switches.
•Mixed signal and digital integration experience.
•III-V device and applications.
To be successful in this role, you should be fully capable of top-level die development, tape-out, and product ownership and have a strong knowledge of design flow and ESD best practices. In this role, you will be interacting with designers from multiple sites with occasional travel.
•Bachelor's degree with 8-years minimum experience with demonstrated track record of product ownership/delivery.
•Comprehensive simulation skills in Cadence including PEX, Monte Carlo, and Corner analysis.
•Detailed knowledge in standard analog cell design including: bandgaps, op-amps, detectors, regulators, precision current sources, basic logic synthesis.
•Exposure to best analog layout practices in Cadence Virtuoso
•Exposure to commercial CMOS wafer fab technologies, 180nm or below
•Additional, preferred skills:
◦SOI technology & design
◦Bipolar technology & design
◦III-V device and applications
◦RF circuits including PIN diodes, switches, attenuators, VGA, and Power amplifiers
◦Exposure to 802.11 WiFi, 5G, and mmWave product requirements
◦Mixed signal and digital integration experience
Valid through: 1/29/2021