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System Engineer - EMC and Signal Integrity - Automotive Ethernet, PHY

172233 Requisition #

Marvell is a top five fabless semiconductor company that, through our solutions, moves and stores data faster and more reliably than anyone else. Our solutions transform the enterprise, cloud, automotive, industrial, and consumer markets.  


At Marvell, you would be part of a diverse and inclusive organization, working with people with language expertise, engineering and science backgrounds, and a passion to improve the customer experience.

Automotive Ethernet is hot and so is this requirement!

Apply today for consideration as a high System Engineer  responsible for EMC and signal integrity, 

In this role, you will be responsible for analysis and validation of high-speed PHY interfaces and power distribution networks. 

The successful candidate will also be part of the signal/power integrity/simulation - and - EMC expert team which will participate in the definition of chip, package and printed circuit board (PCB) design. Within a concurrent engineering environment, the individual will be part of a larger team with system architects, ASIC engineers, and other SI/PI engineers in creation of next generation high-speed automotive products. 

The candidate is ideally an expert in analyzing and solving various automotive EMC and other industrial compliance issue in high-speed data communication system with demonstrated experience in these areas. 

In addition, the position is also responsible for hardware reference design to meet application requirement.  

Job Responsibilities: 

  • Perform SI/PI and EMC analysis in designing working solutions ranging from chip to chip, board to board and system to system.
  • Conducting lab EMC measurement and follow up on issue resolving.
  • Develop test plans to validate signal and power integrity.
  • Develop/simulate/validate channel models with electromagnetic field solvers, such as Ansys HFSS and SIWave 
  • Review and optimize package and PCB design to ensure signal and power integrity.
  • Perform PCB timing analysis, work with board engineers and layout designers to implement all SI/PI rules, develop layout/SI/PI/PDN checklists.
  • Perform SI DVT measurements on boards and correlate simulations with DVT measurements.

MS in Electrical Engineering or equivalent practical experience.

  • Solid understanding of electromagnetic theory.
  • Knowledge/experience about how to apply EM theory on solving SI/PI/EMC issues in a modern high-speed systems.
  • Familiar with EMC design and debugging techniques
  • Knowledge of modern digital signal processing technique for data communication systems.
  • Solid fundamental knowledge of transmission line theory and high-speed Printed Circuit Boards (PCB) design, Knowledge of board stackup, trace geometries, and impact on SI
  • Proficient with Ansys HFSS/SIwave/DesignerSI, HSPICE, & Agilent ADS.
  • Hands-on experience with lab equipment such as oscilloscopes, VNA, TDR, and logic analyzers.
  • A team player with good oral and written communication skills, ability to work in cross-functional team
  • Capable of presenting new work/concepts/analysis to SI/PI team.
  • Experience and knowledge with Automotive Ethernet is a plus.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

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