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Lead Hardware Engineer at Netronome
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Netronome is seeking a Lead Hardware Design Engineer who will be responsible for developing network and security products for the industry leading Netronome Flow Processor product line.
This position will be responsible for hardware system and board level design and design support activities, with a particular emphasis on high-speed digital and SerDes design.  Signal integrity analysis skills are required.  This position also requires interacting with software and manufacturing teams to design complete devices, and customer support of these devices.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent with a minimum of 7 years of experience;
  • Knowledge and experience with high-speed mixed signal design, signal integrity and signal measurement techniques;
  • High Speed PCB design principles (PCI Gen3+, DDR3/4, 10G+ SerDes, PoE);
  • Experience with methodologies for high-speed SerDes signaling validation and characterization;
  • Solid understanding of jitter and analog theory;
  • Characterization planning, execution and documentation;
  • Hands-on experience in FPGA design and simulation (VHDL and/or Verilog);
  • Working knowledge of PCB mechanical and thermal design aspects;
  • Design involvement from concept, prototype, through production;
  • Strong Hands-on Lab experience using test equipment such as high-bandwidth Oscilloscopes, BERTs, Spectrum and Network Analyzers, Function Generators, etc.;
  • Knowledge of industry standards like OIF CEI, 802.3, SAS, SATA, XAUI, ILK, PCI Express, DDR3/4, 10/25/40/50/100 Gigabit Ethernet, PoE;
  • Strong self-learning ability, leadership, always striving for excellence and enjoy working in teams;
  • Experience with programmable languages like Python, C, C++, shell scripting would be beneficial;
  • Experience with Altium Designer for PCB development is a plus.