[SI-LIST] : Job opening at Cisco

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From: qzhao (qzhao@cisco.com)
Date: Thu Mar 09 2000 - 14:58:57 PST


                     EE JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Cisco Systems (San Jose) has a permanent employee opening for a signal
integrity engineer.

Job Title

Signla Integrity Engineer

Job Description

You will be responsible for analyzing and designing high speed digital
circuits in a Gigabit Ethernet new product development. The analysis
involves
electrical (especially timing) verification of a chip package, a printed

circuit board, or a system. The challenge comes with the ultra-high
data
rate, wide buses, multiple clocks, innovative circuitry, cutting-edge
technology, and a dynamically evolving architecture. You will be
assisted
by several CAE tools commercially available.

Skills Required

B.Sc./M.Sc./Ph.D. degree in EE/CS
Strong digital circuits coursework
Use of general purpose lab equipment
Unix skills
SPICE simulation
Strong communication skills

Skills Preferred

Network technology
Perl/shell script writing
Previous (summer) job experience in a related field

How to Apply

Please email your resume to: qzhao@cisco.com.

Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) is the leading global supplier of
inter-
networking solutions, including routers, LAN and ATM switches, dial-up
access
servers and network management software. These products, integrated by
the
Cisco IOS software, link geographically dispersed LANs, WANs and IBM
networks.
Cisco Systems news and product/service information are available at
World
Wide Web site http://www.cisco.com. Cisco Systems is headquartered in
San Jose, Calif.

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