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This is an outstanding opportunity to become part of a team designing the IP and devices that engineers throughout the electronics industry will be using in the years to come.
In this role you will be joining an experienced team to work on the development of new functions for cutting-edge wired and wireless communication systems in next generation FPGAs. This will include the design of IP cores to be included in the Xilinx Vivado software releases or next generation silicon products.
This is an entry level position and would suit a new graduate with some relevant experience, or someone with one to two years' experience with FPGAs.
Bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering
Years of Experience
0 to 2 years
You should have experience of FPGA design using a hardware description language (VHDL or Verilog). Experience of the following would also be beneficial: