From: Jeremy Plunkett (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 28 2000 - 18:47:00 PST
hmmm, did I forget the copyright notice on our Serverworks job posting?
Thanks Rachild, I'll take this as a compliment to my writing style.
BTW, Serverworks is conveniently located in Santa Clara, CA
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of rachild.chen
Sent: Monday, February 28, 2000 5:27 PM
Subject: [SI-LIST] : A excellent SI Engineer position in China
Huawei, the leading independent supplier of communication products in
Shenzhen of China,
is a fast-growing company with openings for signal integrity engineers.
Our signal integrity group provides support for all design activities
within communications development,from system architecture to board layout.
Work with ASIC Design Engineers, System Engineers, and PCB Layout
Engineers to design products. Design and perform analog simulations of
system level interconnects for high speed
communication platforms. Perform system level pre and post layout signal
for high speed signals including timing, crosstalk, ground bounce, and
power quality. Support
ASICs design, including characterizing and qualifying device
packages/pinouts and I/O buffer ,ASIC interconnect.Support the company with
expertise in electrical design and analysis.
Requires familiarity with high performance systems and optimizing
topology layouts for high
speed designs, analyzing and selecting IC technology for data, clock, and
working knowledge of signal integrity and high-speed system design
with Specctraquest & HSPICE highly desired. Experience using field
solvers for transmission line design and working with HSPICE and IBIS models
a plus. BSEE or MSEE along with 2+ years needed.
We will provide a rich condition and wish excellent engineer joining us.
For IMMEDIATE RESULTS, please send your resume by email or FAX to:
SI Engineering Dept.
Huawei Technologies Co.,Ltd
Science-Based Industrial Park
Nanshan District,Shenzhen 518057
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