DIGITAL DESIGN ENGINEER – DSP/FPGA/Algorithms
**US Citizens ONLY due to Federal Gov’t Requirement**
Eager to get busy making a difference?
Our legacy 4th Dimension team provides complete electronic product design and development services. The design capabilities we offer span multiple engineering disciplines and employ a flexible, mission-centric product development process. Furthermore, our small, collaborative team ensures total participation in front-line action. Intrigued?
We are seeking a talented DSP/FPGA/Algorithm Engineer to support our efforts in or around Fort Meade, MD. You will have the opportunity to:
• Develop signal processing algorithms to extract data streams out of noisy signals
• Identify electronic components, and write software to implement chosen algorithms
• Work both independently and within a team environment
The growth and progress of any organization like ours depends on its employees – people with initiative, creativity, and enthusiasm providing exceptional service with integrity and professionalism. By leading where others only follow, we consistently succeed on the most challenging, time-critical problems. Come see for yourself!
• BSEE, BSCE, BSME, BS or other relevant technical degree
• Minimum of five (5) years of experience
• Strong ability with MATLAB and SIMULINK software
• Proficient in C and Python programming
• Experience choosing optimal DSP and/or FPGA platforms, developing signal processing algorithms, and implementing algorithms on a variety of DSPs and/or FPGAs.
• Strong familiarity with wireless communication protocols (e.g. CDMA and OFDM for WiFi or WiMax or 3GPP-LTE etc)
• Solid background with communication systems theory and design.
• Experience with Software Defined Radio design.
• Must meet eligibility requirements for obtaining and maintaining a U.S. Government security clearance (clearance not needed initially to perform work)
Applicants selected for employment will be subject to a federal background investigation and may need to meet additional eligibility requirements for access to classified information or materials.
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