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Hardware Engineer (Module Development, Short Range Products)

Position
The Hardware Design Engineer develops Short-Range radio modules and evaluation kits and verifies their proper functionality and performance according to specification.
Tasks
Design the hardware for new Short-Range radio modules
Integration of wireless transceivers, radio frontends and antennas
Review and verification of RF designs
Verify that modules work according to specification
Write technical documentation
Select components in cooperation with purchasing team
Provide input for and review data sheets, user guides and release notes
Coordinate and manage external partners: EMS, design houses, lead customers
Ensure on-time delivery, performance, and cost as planned
Support module qualification and certification
Design PCB for internal use
Ensure transfer of design to manufacturing partner
Analyze parts that are returned by customers
Support specification of new products
Requirements
MS in electrical engineering
2-5 years of Hardware Engineering experience
Experience in Mixed Signal (RF/Digital) System design on Board level
Know-how in RF-Measurement techniques
Used to work independently and precisely
Experience in using board design CAD and simulation tools, preferably Cadence environment
Knowledge in C and/or Perl programming is an advantage
Good English skills, skills in other languages are an advantage
German citizen or holder of a valid work permit for Germany
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