From: Linda Moudakas (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jul 13 2000 - 09:59:22 PDT
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 solutions
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 email@example.com for more information.
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