Analog Devices (NASDAQ: ADI) designs and manufactures semiconductor products and solutions. We enable our customers to interpret the world around us by intelligently bridging the physical and digital worlds with unmatched technologies that sense, measure and connect.
Analog Devices Inc. is seeking an intelligent and versatile digital physical design engineer to join our wideband transceiver design group. You will join a team of digital and analog CMOS designers implementing state of the art RF transceiver chips. As a member of the digital team, your focus will be on implementing digital designs in an RTL to GDS flow . As a member of a small, focused team, you will have opportunities to be involved with broad aspects of the chip design process, including RTL coding, design floor planning, synthesis, place and route, static timing closure, and LVS/DRC verification. Close interaction with fellow digital and analog circuit engineers is expected. The role will include collaboration with design teams at other ADI sites and which may require some travel.
Implementing digital designs using synthesis and place/route tool sets
Design floor planning and partitioning for hierarchical SOC design flows
Performing static timing analysis for signoff and timing closure, including multi-frequency clock systems
LVS/DRC signoff for tape out verification
Contribute to improving design flows and processes across all area of digital design from RTL to GDS
Collaborating with digital and analog designers to bring high performance mixed signal products to production
BS/MS Electrical Engineering
3-5 years' experience working with digital implementation tools:
Synthesis from Cadence (Genus) and/or Synopsys (Design Compiler) tools
Place and route from Cadence (Innovus) and/or Synopsys (ICC) tools
Static timing analysis using Cadence (Tempus) and/or Synopsys (Primetime) tools
Knowledge of RTL coding techniques and good design practices
Working knowledge of HDL simulation and testbench mythologies desirable
Desired knowledge in:
Ultra-deep submicron technologies below 65nm, FINFET technologies desirable
Flip chip design floorplanning
Hierarchical design methodologies for synthesis, layout, and timing analysis
Strong working knowledge of digital clock tree insertion, balancing, and analysis
DFT methodologies and practices
Understanding of timing closure of mixed signal design environments
Scripting languages such as TCL, Perl, Python, or similar
Knowledge of TCL scripting inside digital implementation tools desirable
Strong ability to develop custom programs/scripts to solve problems
Linux shell scripting in csh and/or bash
Strong communication skills are required.
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Education Level: Bachelor's Degree
Travel Required: Yes, 10% of the Time
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