From: Hank Zauderer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Jul 25 2000 - 06:19:17 PDT
Our client company is a rapidly-growing, public, successful Communications
company. We are seeking an experienced SI professional to join their
Engineering staff. Location is in San Jose, California. Compensation
consists of a very competitive base salary and an attractive stock option.
To learn more about our own Search Business, see: www.ocgrp.com
Here's a brief position description:
We need someone who has interest and *demonstrated skills* in:
* Analyzing circuit topologies and physical configurations
* Simulating the board network using SI tools (XTK, HSPICE, Blast are the
tools we use )
* Developing routing rules for board layout to meet SI and timing
* Following through with SI measurements on the resulting boards, in order
to verify that the signal quality meets expectations.
Here's the more detailed position description:
Senior Staff Signal Integrity Engineer
In this highly visible role you will be responsible for defining "safe
design space" guidelines for high frequency, fast transition signaling. You
will use state of the art simulation tools in both the time and frequency
domain to assess timing, noise margin, crosstalk, signal loss and signal
integrity of all clock and critical data signaling in high performance
switching systems. You will work closely with
Board and System designers to assess tradeoffs and provide design guidance
and review. You will enable the team to achieve first pass design success.
You will assess component and packaging technologies to determine
suitability and fitness for use in high performance switch design.
10 years or more of experience in the analysis and design of high
performance systems. Have established a track record of success in the area
of signal integrity analysis. Be able to work with a team in a
collaborative and effective manner. Be proficient in the use of analysis
tools for time and frequency domain analysis. Be proficient in
understanding of technology and packaging materials tradeoffs for high
frequency (>2Ghz), fast transition signaling.
Candidate must be able to work in the US; Please respond (in complete
Operational Consulting Group
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