MCU32 FPGA Emulation team is looking for a motivated engineer to port the SoC and IP design to FPGA prototype system and validate the functionality by writing system level software.
Familiar with ARM Cortex M-family processors.
Strong experience in embedded system development using C/C++: dealing with common industry tool chains, compilation, linking and IDE usage. Preferably in the ARM ecosystem.
Experience with security protocols.
Experience with common industry I/O communication interfaces like I2C, SPI, SDIO and USB.
Familiarity with Atlassian tools (confluence / jira ) and revision control systems
Experience with FPGA emulation methodologies.
Experience with lab tools (oscilloscopes, logic analyzers etc).
Lab experience probing boards and debugging.
Implementation and execution of security, and communication stacks on emulation platforms.
Validation data collection and completion of validation reviews.
Strong analytical, and problem-solving skills, as well as hands-on SoC debugging / bring up skills
Self-motivated, able to work with minimum support, excellent communication skills, excellent presentation skills for validation plan reviews and ability to excel in a team environment
MSEE with 3+ years or BSEE with 5+ years of industry experience
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