System Integration Student
Who Are We?
Our vision at Intel's Real Sense Group is to enrich people's lives through devices and machines that perceive the world in 3D.
We work on a portfolio of computing devices including VR/AR devices, Smartphones, Drones, Robots and Peripherals.
Our mission is to enable our partners to build high volume products powered by best-in-class RealSense 3D technologies.
The Real Sense product portfolio includes 3D Cameras, Tracking Modules, Computer Vision libraries and ASICs for depth processing and sensing and understanding with world-class algorithms.
What Will You Do?
- Define & Execute lab experiments of system or component level electrical analysis/characterization
- Drive action in the development team to hit critical performance metrics and deadlines to meet customer requirements
- Perform a detailed integration plan of white-box tests, as well as system-level design verification.
- Generate and publish detailed study/experiment reports
- Work closely with architects to support product requirements and arch definition, evaluation, and POCs and deliver requirements documentation for board designers, FPGA and FW engineers.
- Validate and debug high-performance analog circuitry in a PCB involving high-end FPGA and electrical elements such as:
- Signal amplifiers: LNA, TIA, AGC, ADC drivers, baluns and laser drivers
- PLLs, filters and high-speed signal transmission LVDS and SERDES
- Power supplies: DC-DC, Low Drop-out regulators, charge pumps
- Support operations in a smooth transition from a development platform to mass production product
What we are looking for?
- student toward BSc degree or 1st year toward MSc in electrical engineering
- Knowledge in analog and digital electrical circuits
- Good knowledge in digital signal processing and RF
- Basic knowledge in code writing using the languages C++, C# or Python
- Basic knowledge in MATLAB
- Knowledge with lab equipment's (Logic/Scope) - advantage
- Knowledge in debug of electrical cards - advantage
- Knowledge in Linux systems - advantage
- Highly motivated student who eager to learn and impact
- Self-driven and independent
- Has self-learning skills
- Has good documentation skills
- High communication skills to be able to work with other engineers from any team
Inside this Business Group
Emerging Growth Incubation (EGI) Group is responsible for creating an environment within Intel to generate new billion-dollar businesses leveraging Intel's competitive advantages. We focus on new business opportunities and identify, incubate and scale the next "big thing" for Intel.
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