Analog/Rf Ic Intern

internship - full time,

Uhnder, Inc
Austin, TX
Closed
Posted 93 Days ago
Uhnder, Inc
Austin, TX
internship - full time,
Posted 93 Days ago
Closed

Description

Analog/RF IC Intern - Summer 2019 Uhnder, Inc. - Austin, TX 1 day agoFull-timeEstimated: $61,000 - $80,000 a year Apply Now Education * Doctoral Degree Skills * MATLAB * Python JOB DESCRIPTION Summary/Objective Uhnder has developed the worlds first automotive digital radar on chip (RoC). Sensors based on Uhnders digitally coded modulation technology achieve new and unprecedented levels of performance for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving solutions. Founded in 2015, its main engineering operations center is in Austin, Texas, USA with design facilities in India and China. As an Analog/RF IC Intern, you will join a team of mixed-signal and RFIC experts to develop the next generation of electronics surrounding us and impacting us in our everyday lives. This is a full-time intern position. Roles & Responsibilities Design Validation: Performing lab measurements and create a validation report with comparisons vs design expectations. Test and Measurement: Design and implement in both hardware and software custom test benches used for product verification Product Characterization: Measure, analyze and document data of adherence to product requirements Derivative Product Design: Assist engineers with the simulation and layout of derivative product designs in Cadence Education and Experience: Education Minimum BSEE(must be completing 3+ yr) or MSEE or Ph.D. candidate. Hands-on use of RF measurement equipment to validate the performance of CMOS RF ICs: RF measurements - NF, IP3, IP2, matching using Smith charts, time domain measurements; Knowledge of analog and RF IC Design/layout; Software tools: Python, Matlab, Cadence, ADS.

Skills

matlab, rf, python, electronics, engineering, cadence, radar, analog, sensors, cmos, mixed signal, hardware, dynamic simulation, signal integrity, digital ic design

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