The Electrical Engineer Hardware will be responsible for the Design and Development of Hardware used to test systems for the manufacturing of cable assemblies. The Hardware Engineer will analyze test data and perform perform root cause / corrective action analysis to both refine existing Automated test systems, as well as identify critical to quality aspects of product design and manufacturing process of cable assemblies. The Electrical Engineer will also work with multifunctional teams to design automated production test systems for cable assembly products throughout the organization. The Electrical Engineer will be responsible for overall Automated Testing and System design including mechanical fixture design, PCB design, hardware integration, software development, system documentation, and performance testing. The Electrical Engineer Engineer will also support the Integration of custom circuit boards, and mechanical test equipment including network analyzers, digital sampling oscilloscopes, etc as required.
Experience with RF/microwave test and measurement equipment such as digital sampling oscilloscopes, TDR modules, 4-port network analyzers, and bit error rate testers.
Knowledge of RF/microwave transmission line theory including s-parameters, Fourier transformers, characteristic impedance, eye diagrams, time-domain analysis, cross talk, bit error rate testing, jitter analysis, etc.
RF/microwave circuit design and PCB layout with software such as Mentor Graphics PADS or Cadence Allegro. Exposure to advanced PCB fabrication methods.
3D modeling with CAD/CAM/CAE software.
Electromagnetic simulation with software such as Ansys HFSS or CST Microwave Studio.
Lean/six sigma training is a+
Familiarity with existing standards for Ethernet, Infiniband, Fibre Channel, PCIe, SAS, SATA +
B.S. Degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering
M.S. Degree in Electrical or Computer Engineering ++