Sunday, 28 September 2014

Senior GPS Wi-Fi Engineer job in california CA

The Senior RF Engineer is responsible for RF front end integration for GNSS/GPS/AGPS, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth technology across the HP mobility portfolio. This role will be located in HP's Palo Alto or possibly San Diego offices. Your main responsibilities include:
  • Define key GNSS/GPS, Wi-Fi, and BT RF performance requirement based on regulatory and region/country specific requirement for each project.
  • Work with project architect, antenna engineers, and SW teams to recommend GNSS/GPS, Wi-Fi, and BT chipset and key component choices.
  • Develop reference schematic, PCB layout, and placement guidelines for GNSS/GPS, Wi-Fi, and BT.
  • Own RF design and integration for GNSS/GPS, Wi-Fi, and BT subsystems. Lead RF performance and co-existence issue debug, identify root cause of defects, and recommend design fixes. Be responsible for the final product to meet RF performance and regulatory requirement.
  • Develop consistent GPS and Wi-Fi validation and qualification methodology that can closely correlate to user experience.
 

Qualifications


Education and Experience:
  • Bachelor's or Master's degree in Electrical Engineering, Communication, or RF engineering.
  • 8+ years experience of working experience in GPS, AGPS, Wi-Fi, and BT  RF integration in mobile products.
Knowledge and Skills
  • Must have proven experience in GNSS/GPS/AGPS , Wi-Fi, BT design and tests with success product launch. Knowledge in NFC is a strong plus..
  • Proven lab experience in GPS/GNSS/AGPS, W-Fi, and BT RF tests and test equipment.
  • Proficient knowledge on RF system design concepts and RF system design trade-offs.
  • Familiarity with world-wide GNSS/GPS, Wi-Fi, and BT specifications.
  • Great communication skills, ability to work with cross function teams and suppliers/ODM manufacturers.
  • Knowledge on antenna design and concept are strong plus.
  • Limited travel is required to visit suppliers, support development and prototype build and production ramp activities.

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