Be a part of a world class design team responsible for the architecture, design, implementation, and integration of the baseband system for all Apple products. The applicant should be familiar with computer system architecture and digital design. The candidate will work proactively with other cross-functional engineering groups.
5+ years of Industry experienceStrong EE fundamentalsExperience with mobile and / or embedded processorsExperience with memory systems, power supply / power/clock management, high speed digital interfacesSchematic capture / layoutHands on test / debug experienceScripting experience a plusSignal/Power integrity simulation experience a plusWireless protocol or RF experience nice to have but not requiredStrong communications and organizational skillsStrong problem solving and analytical skillsExperience interacting with offshore manufacturing partnersEnergy and drive to thrive in a start-up environmentSuccessful track record of delivering highly innovative communications productsPosition will require some international travel
This a Baseband Hardware Engineer position in the Wireless Design group of Apple and it is one of the most diverse roles out there! This team is responsible for the digital and power management domain of all wireless chipset in Apple products from concept to product announcement.During architectural stage you will work with world-class IC designers on next-gen chipset's Power/Digital/Clock management. During development you will drive schematics/layout/bring-up as well as debug HW/SW/Co-existence issue that are often seen only by the scale and volume of an Apple product. You will also have the full weight of the world's leading contract manufacturer behind you in factory prototype support.This role also requires heavy cross-functional collaboration with other teams (Apple SoC, battery, sensors, iOS?etc) and therefore, you will also maintain a firm grasp of the entire product landscape outside of wireless design.Everything is going wireless and not the other way around. Join the evolution!
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