Qualcomm *Senior* Wireless Modem Design Verification Engineers (Santa Clara, CA) in Bay Area, California

Job Description:

Job Id E1956528

Job Title Senior Wireless Modem Design Verification Engineers (Santa Clara, CA)

Post Date 06/29/2017

Company-Division Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.


CDMA Technology at http://www.qualcomm.com/about/businesses/qct

Job Area Engineering - Verification

Location California - Bay Area

California - Santa Clara

Job Overview The most advanced consumer electronics in the world get connected using Qualcomm's cellular modem technology, from premium smartphones to high-end automotive applications, because providing seamless high-speed bandwidth takes the kind of technology only Qualcomm modems can deliver.

The team at the heart of this technology is looking for senior design verification engineers with advanced skills at the module and chip level to help bring our leading edge designs to life. As a wireless verification engineer, you will be responsible for the verification of digital baseband modem designs by developing test plans using SystemVerilog and verification environments using UVM, and applying these to verify a broad spectrum of wireless designs. You will work closely with ASIC, systems and firmware engineers in formulating test cases and test vectors. Assertions, simulation, formal verification, HW-SW co-verification and constraint/HVL-based verification are all tools in our verification toolbox you will use on a daily basis.

Minimum Qualifications A minimum of 5 years of post-graduate professional working experience performing functional design verification of ASIC/RTL digital circuits using SystemVerilog in a UVM or OVM environment.

  • Wireless or wireline modem communications or DSP background.

  • Extensive knowledge of fine-pitch CMOS design processes, RTL design, design (hw/sw) verification tools and techniques, computer architecture, etc.

  • Advanced scripting and automation skills: Unix/Linux shell programming, Perl, Java, Makefile, XML.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Module or chip level verification ownership.

  • Strong critical thinking, problem solving and test planning skills.

  • Good communication and interpersonal skills.

Education Requirements Bachelor's or Master's in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering is required.

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