A Hardware Designer(FPGA) requires advanced formal engineering education, superior problem solving skills and independent decision-making ability. Responsibilities include designing and implementing electronic hardware systems in a team setting. Systems typically require the design and development of both analog and digital circuits. This position reports to Hardware Engineering Manager.
Lab test (component characterization, test ) .Generating report on the lab test
Design and Verification of FPGAs with Verilog/VHDL
Optimizing FPGA code to minimize resources .
Verification of FPGAs using latest tools, etc.
Debug FPGA issues on the hardware platform.
Invent, document, and implement micro-architecture and design details for new product features.
Physical implementation in FPGA targets for emulation; timing closure, debug.
Integrating processor based SOC (Target ASIC or FPGA).
Experience with Hardware-based integration and test of ASIC/FPGA designs
Professional experience with hardware-based integration and test of ASIC/FPGA designs
Proven record of working ASIC/FPGA design and/or verification teams, including tracking and reporting progress to stakeholders
Experience with hardware emulators
Proficiency with hardware verification languages: System Verilog, System Verilog Assertions
Ability to create test plans and self-checking and reusable testbenches from scratch
Experience developing Functional Coverage Models and Closing Code Coverage
Revision Control Systems: svn, cvs, git
Teamwork, organization, autonomous work, and project management skills.