RF Product and Test Development
RF Product and Test Development Engineer (New Grad)
Development of ATE test solutions used for validation, characterization, and production. Must have strong skills and RF understanding for cellular applications. In product design phase, working with design engineering to ensure product testability including DFT. Make recommendation for the selection of appropriate ATE platform for optimal test cost and throughput. Establish correlation between ATE and bench measurements and transferring to production. Generate documentation for all pertinent procedures and write clear and concise specifications, reports and instructions. Effectively present technical information Interpret and analyze data using statistical techniques Strong functional understanding and working knowledge of test equipment (i.e.- power supplies, oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, power meters, vector network analyzer).
Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Information Systems, Computer Science, or related field.
Hardware Engineering experience or related work experience.
Solid ATE systems knowledge for RF, Power management and mixed signal testing knowledge. Programming skills in Labview, C++, and/or Visual Basic Experience with Loadboard Design Strong troubleshooting and analytical skills Highly motivated, fast learner, team player with good communication skills Knowledgeable in DFT Ability to work under pressure to meet product introduction schedules Strong written, verbal and interpersonal skills Statistical Analysis tools (Datapower, Excel, SEdana, etc) Familiar with lab equipment (oscilloscope, voltmeters, keithleys, Vector Network Analyzer, spectrum analyzers) Familiarity with the New Product Introduction process. Understanding of Test methodology for cellular standards. Develop test hardware utilizing team approach, reviewing schematics and layouts. Must have analytical skills for debug and development of hardware and software. Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal skills Highly motivated, fast learner, team player with good communication skills.
From its beginnings in 1985, Qualcomm has grown from seven individuals meeting in a den to a world-leading provider of wireless technology and services. Qualcomm is a global company, a firm with many facets, with each business division changing the way we live and work through its own unique contributions. But no matter what each Qualcomm business does, all are united by a single, driving passion: to continue to deliver the world’s most innovative wireless solutions.
Today, Qualcomm plays a central role in the rapid adoption and growth of 3G and next-generation wireless around the world. Qualcomm’s current intellectual property portfolio includes more than 13,000 United States patents for wireless technologies, with more than 180 telecommunications equipment manufacturers licensing them worldwide.