From: Heinz Blennemann (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Mar 30 2001 - 16:11:58 PST
OPENING: Juniper Networks: Electrical/optical signal-integrity engineer
The engineer would be responsible for technology and signal integrity
for both electrical and optical hardware/interfaces, including
providing design rules to meet high speed timing and noise budgets
optical and electrical technology/component selection
- understand the communication standards (Sonet spec's)
- drive technology issues necessary for selecting electro-optical
transmitter/receiver modules (critical to Juniper's router
- test and verify in lab
In the course of the project, to initially perform the necessary analysis,
suggest and evaluate competing technologies. By developing noise and
timing budgets, to propose routing rules. During the design phase,
to run field solvers and SPICE to update the budgets and the resulting
rules. Finally, in the lab, to perform measurements using
high-speed scopes TDRs, and jitter analyzers to verify operation
and to verify assumptions made in earlier parts of the design.
Separately, a position for an electrical signal integrity engineer
is also available.
- BS in EE (MS or Ph.D. preferred)
- a solid understanding of circuits, analog behavior, and
transmission line fundamentals, and optics
- demonstrated practical expertise in optical and electrical
measurements/design and signal integrity,
in such areas as interconnect technolology, packaging,
- ideally, experience in high-speed system design
Juniper Networks Inc., is a leading provider of next-generation Internet
infrastructure systems designed to meet the scalability, performance,
density, and compatibility requirements of rapidly evolving,
optically-enabled IP networks. The company's purpose-built M160 Internet
backbone router uses JUNOS software, ASICs, and wire-rate performance to
provide new Internet infrastructure solutions for service providers. The
M160 router is used by some of the world's leading service providers.
Juniper Networks service and manufacturing teams, and Internet engineers
support the M160 router. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale,
California, with international offices in the UK, Japan and The
Netherlands. For more information on Juniper Networks, please visit the
Web site at http://www.juniper.net.
Please send resume to email@example.com .
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