This is a unique opportunity to join a company that is the market leader in fiber-to-the-home, and at the forefront of how data centers meet the rapidly growing demands of the cloud data industry. You’ll be a part of a small, collaborative team that has been able to nimbly deliver some of the most successful new product launches for the company. This is a learning organization that values its culture; where taking risks, failing fast, and being transparent with your team is not only encouraged but is the cornerstone of their success. Here, it’s multi-faceted, it’s fluid, and most of all, innovative.
As a Hardware Design Engineer at Source Photonics, you will have shared responsibility for design and development of fiber optic transceivers with a focus on troubleshooting and optimizing the design; this includes analysis, modeling, simulation of Flex and rigid PCB, building prototypes, and measurement of optical and electrical performance. You'll play a key role in designing, implementing, and verifying the circuit design and PCB layout for the company's next generation of optical transceiver modules.
- A Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering (preferred) or equivalent.
- At least 3 years of work experience related to all the following items listed below.
- Strong experience independently troubleshooting PCBAs; as a plus you will also have experience in high-speed circuit design, layout and test.
- Very strong analog circuit design skills as well as a solid understanding of circuit theory, linear system theory, feedback, ICs, and high speed fundamentals.
- An understanding of micro controller and general control firmware.
- Strong problem-solving skills along with excellent communication skills as you interact with engineering teams, external vendors and contractors.
- Strong laboratory measurement skills including familiarity with DCA scope, Network Analyzer, Spectrum Analyzer, etc.
- Experience with electronics CAD tools (Cadence OrCAD).
- As a plus, expertise in RF design using modeling tools such as HFSS.
- As a big bonus, experience with optical systems and familiarity with fiber optic transceivers.