From: Larry Miller (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jun 09 2000 - 06:59:59 PDT
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Linda Moudakas [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 06, 2000 5:58 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [SI-LIST] : Signal Integrity Job Opportunity
> Importance: High
> Signal Integrity Job Description: Perform signal integrity analysis using
> industry standard simulation and field-solving software. Perform worst
> case simulations of boards and systems, including reflections, impedance,
> delay, crosstalk, ground-bounce, terminations. Develop and procure
> simulation models and perform model verification to ensure accuracy.
> Document test plans and analysis results. Develop correlation studies and
> perform lab measurements to validate results. Interface with ASIC
> designers, hardware engineers, EMC and CAD designers to implement
> for product quality.
> Skills Required: Requires MSEE/CS combined with 5 - 7 years of related
> experience, or BSEE/CS combined with 7 - 10+ years of hands on experience
> performing Signal Integrity analysis for ASICs, PCBs, and systems from the
> design phase to production. In-depth knowledge of high-speed design,
> transmission-line theory, field-solving methods, noise analysis and EMC
> techniques. Extensive experience with at least one signal integrity
> analysis tool such as: Quad XTK/TLC, Interconnectix, Pacific Numerix,
> Ansoft, Unicad, Apsim, or Spectraquest. Knowledge of modeling methods and
> requirements for Timing and Signal Integrity analysis of PCB and
> System-level components. Must have the ability to ensure accurate and
> complete models. Experience with SPICE is required. Candidate should
> understand the impact that design, layout and technologies have on signal
> quality and be able to recommend feasible solutions. Lab experience with
> data analysis, ability to verify simulations and predictions is essential.
> Should be able to help define and implement strategies and processes for
> analyzing signal integrity at different stages of the design process.
> Experience integrating commercial software and developing scripts/programs
> (Perl, cshell, C) to facilitate the Signal Integrity Analysis flow in a
> Unix environment is a plus.
> This position is located in San Jose, California. Please contact Linda
> Moudakas at Cisco Systems, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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