Layer FW/SW Engineer

Job type:
ab sofort
6 months (extension possible)
Adroit People Ltd
Malaga, Fleet ,UK
flag_no Spain

Project description:
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R&D Physical Layer FW/SW Engineer will be responsible for the design and implementation of FPGA/based physical layer modems for 5G wireless communications standards.

More specifically, the applicant will be responsible for:
• Developing reference models for 5G wireless communications physical layer standards.
• Implementing and verifying physical layer SW running on a multi-core embedded processor using C++.
• Collaborate in the architecture and requirements definition of physical layer designs for wireless communication standards.
• Drive resolution of technical issues with cross-functional teams. Escalate issues in an appropriate and timely manner. Apply advanced problem solving to complex modem/protocol subsystem problems.
• The desired candidate should:
• Have C/C++ programming experience (ideally in real time systems).
• Have knowledge of the 3GPP LTE-Advanced or the emerging 5G physical layer standards.
• Be familiar with Layer 1 and/or Layer 2 protocols for digital communication standards.
• Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
• Experience with revision control systems such as mercurial, git or TFS.
• Job Qualifications
• 8 years minimum of relevant experience with typically 10-12 years.
• Experience developing in C/C++ for a real-time OS (e.g. VxWorks, RTLinux), for embedded SW and for multi-core processors (experience programming for PowerPC will be valued in particular).
• Other C/C++ programming experience requiring high performance and/or low level hardware control (e.g. games, drivers) will be valued.
• Experience with architecture, design and implementation of the physical layer or the MAC/RLC/PDCP layer of one or more of the following wireless communication standards: 5GNR, 5GTF, LTE, UMTS, GSM, TD-SCDMA, Bluetooth, WiFi, WiMAX, NFC.