Qualcomm Systems Engineers - Chipset Power in San Diego, California

Job Description:

Job Id T1956333

Job Title Systems Engineers - Chipset Power

Company-Division Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

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

Job Area Engineering - Systems

Location California - San Diego


The QCT chipset power team is focused on achieving industry leading power consumption on Qualcomm's Modem and Application Processor chipsets.

The successful candidate(s) will be responsible for:

  • Identification, analysis and triage of system level obstacles to optimize power

  • Chipset and system level power , analysis and optimization for Qualcomm's Modem and Application processor solutions.

  • Optimize power-efficiency and performance of present generation designs and help architect future products

  • Guide multi-function groups through the design cycle in realizing the power targets set forth at the inception of the project

  • Architect power efficient systems

  • Design of power features and work with a wide set of teams across the company (systems, software, hardware, etc.) in the productization

  • Customer interaction to advertise the capabilities of the chipset, and to understand and address specific power requirements.

Recent and relevant experience required in one or more of the following areas:

  • Application processor

  • Modem Communication systems design

  • Experience in mobile technologies areas (e.g., WAN modem, CPU, camera, , graphics,)

  • Experience in software design, development, and commercialization of System-level power features is required, and an interest in System and analysis is a must.

  • Solid foundation in Electrical Engineering, with the ability to work with spreadsheets and other custom tools at a detailed level.

Other Professional Attributes and Desired Skills:

  • Systems/HW background with a good understanding of microprocessor and common SoC hardware blocks (Interconnects, Display, Graphics, etc.)

Education Requirements Required: Master's, Computer Engineering and/or Electrical Engineering

Preferred: Doctorate


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