Employer (NASDAQ: ADI) designs and manufactures semiconductor products and solutions. We enable our customers to interpret the world around us by intelligently bridging the physical and digital worlds with unmatched technologies that sense, measure and connect.
Principal Job Responsibilities
Interface with customers and applications engineers to understand applications and contribute to architectural decision of new products for Battery Management Systems. Determine technical feasibility, design approaches, and product specifications for new product development. Design new high performance analog mixed signal circuits. Innovate and implement new functional safety circuits and techniques. Coordinate custom layout, including conducting floorplanning and providing guidance to layout engineers. Leverage and modify existing circuits to meet new specifications. Perform laboratory evaluation, characterization, and debug of new silicon. Use tools to verify performance and manufacturability of product over process and temperature. Create and present design reviews and test plan documentation.
Master's degree or foreign education equivalent in Electrical Engineering or relevant technical discipline such as Electronics Engineering, plus, two years of experience, which must have involved: analyzing and simulating transistor level blocks such as amplifiers, comparators, buffers, regulators, bandgap references, bias circuitry, oscillators, trim circuitry and custom digital blocks; designing circuits for functional safety in automotive applications; designing circuits for robust signal integrity regarding EMI and BCI; writing test plan procedures and developing trim procedures; performing circuit evaluation and debug using laboratory measurement techniques for comparator threshold and timing; interfacing with layout engineers to apply principles of analog matching, routing, current density; behavioral modeling and simulation of mixed signal blocks in Matlab, C or Verilog-A; using CAD tools such as Cadence to capture circuit design, Spice or Spectre to simulate circuit performance (including familiarity with Linux); and evaluating, debugging, and characterizing silicon using lab equipment such as oscillopscopes and probe station.