[SI-LIST] : Signal Integrity/IC characterization Job Opening

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From: E L ([email protected])
Date: Thu May 31 2001 - 14:44:29 PDT

Hello all,

I tried posting this earlier, but apparantly it did not work
the first time, so here it is again.

Silicon Image is looking for a signal integrity/characterization
engineer to work on high speed analog/digital chips. For
more information on Silicon Image (>5yr history, growing
company, developer of the DVI (Digital Video Interface) high speed
serial standard for digital displays, etc.) please see www.siimage.com

MTS Signal Integrity Engineer
The job involves the characterization of high-speed
mixed mode IC chips. The candidate will perform IC
characterization and design the test boards
for characterization. The major characterization
items include noise immunity with respect to supply and
temperature variations and other timing issues such as
setup/hold time violation and jitter tolerance. The job
requires experience in analog circuit design and FPGA
based digital system design. Experience with Xilinx/Altera
design is desirable. Knowledge of IC devices and test and
measurement equipment will also be helpful.

Requirements: This position requires about two
years of experience in board-level design and/or signal
integrity work in a lab dealing with test and measurement
equipments after BSEE/MSEE. High-speed digital chip or
mixed-mode chip debugging and characterization experience
will be very helpful.

Note: we are also interested in hearing from more experienced
candidates who can do additional tasks such as: design and setup of IC
tests, test equipment automation, data analysis, etc.

Contact Silicon Image
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact
us at [email protected], or fax your resume to (408) 830-9526.

Eric Lee
[email protected].com
Technical Staff
Silicon Image
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