National instrument drive 2022 |Systems R&D Engineer – ME / M.Tech (Electrical/ Electronics / Microelectronics / VLSI Design) 0-2 years

National instrument drive 2022 |Systems R&D Engineer – ME / M.Tech (Electrical/ Electronics / Microelectronics / VLSI Design) 0-2 years

National instrument drive 2022:

The NI (National Instruments) Semiconductor & Electronics Business Unit (SEBU) Systems R&D group has an immediate opening for a Systems R&D Engineer

This group works on a wide variety of projects from creating system-level hardware and software components for systems like the Semiconductor Test System (STS) or Wafer Level Reliability (WLR) to creating system reference architectures for applications such as 5G mm-Wave Over-The-Air Front-End Module Characterization or Semiconductor Device Control

National instrument drive 2022:

Perform research as required to develop or enhance NI products and/or systems.
Design, implement, and test software or Hardware features for new and existing products and/or systems.
Diagnose and debug problems with the products or problems arising when the product integrates with other NI and/or customer’s products.
Work with a wide variety of NI Employees in R&D software and hardware organizations over the world to solve technical problems
Use standard lab equipment as required for measurement and characterization and ability to create fixturing necessary to interface instruments to the DUT in cost-effective ways
Work with senior engineers to define physical/electrical aspects of reference designs using NI HW and DUTs (Analog, Mixed Signal, MCU) and intricacies of measurements like using NI instruments to measure or characterize parameters (For e.g., CMRR, PSRR, Transient Response etc) and understand measurement errors.

National instrument drive 2022:

Bachelors (4 years) or master’s in electrical engineering, Electronics, Microelectronics, VLSI Design, Physics, or Computer Science
0-2 years of Industry experience in system design focused on DC, power, audio, MEMS or digital semiconductors, Device validation and Characterization preferred. [JV1] [AP2]
Solid understanding of passive component (resistor, capacitor, inductor) characteristics.
Knowledge of electronic circuit design using signal chain building blocks like Op-Amps, ADCs (Analog to Digital Converter) & DACs (Digital to Analog Converter), and discrete semiconductors (BJT, MOSFET, Diodes)
Knowledge of microcontroller architectures (any one of ARM, AVR, MSP430, 8051 and its variants)
Hands-on Programming experience in C++/ C#/ LabVIEW/Python.
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English

How to apply for National instrument drive 2022:

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