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Job Id E1971801
Job Title LTE System Test Engineer
Post Date 04/16/2019
Company Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Job Area Engineering - Test
Location India - Hyderabad
Job Overview As a member of QCT's Modem Test group, candidate will be responsible for verifying Modem software's protocols/features, characterizing system performance, Stability and Power Consumption testing in Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology till Release 12 and beyond. Exposure to one or more of following radio access technologies - WCDMA ( Rel99, Rel5 , Rel 6 , Rel 7), CDMA2000, 1xEV-DO (Rev 0/A/B), GSM/GPRS is desirable. Job responsibilities include system level feature testing, developing/executing test strategies and test plans, field log analysis, troubleshooting/analyzing problems, optimizing system performance, improving the stability of the product, optimizing power consumption and supporting customers with product commercialization. Candidates can expect to be responsible for testing and verifying physical layer and network protocol requirements for modem ASIC products supporting LTE specifications. Candidate will work closely with customers to perform test and resolve issues. Will conduct engineering tests and detailed in depth analysis of failures and experimental testing to improving the quality of QC's ASIC products. Candidate will be working with a multi-discipline team (Software Development, System Design, Customer Support, ASIC Design, RF Circuits and Hardware Design, etc.) to integrate , test and commercialize QCT products. Successful candidate must have strong communication skills, must be an effective team player, and be able to work independently.
Minimum Qualifications Looking for engineers with 1-3 years of experience in a system level integration and test role with good background in one or more of the following areas: Solid understanding of digital communications systems, RF propagation, CDMA, OFDM, telecommunications concepts. Understanding of Physical layer, MAC procedures and Radio Resource Control protocol specifications in LTE air interface standards. In depth understanding of wire line and wireless data protocol stacks including RLP, PPP, IP, TCP, IPV6, MIPV6, etc. Understanding of software development and testing concepts for wireless handsets for various air interface standards Familiarity with IP telephony network , SIP, IMS, and IP telephony standards Familiarity with air interface performance analysis, characterization and optimization. Experience in using Network Simulators for preparing test beds, configuration, scripting and debugging is required. Exposure to Perl/Python scripting, Programming in C etc. is desired. A Bachelor's degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering required. Master's degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering or equivalent experience preferred.
Preferred Qualifications Bachelor /Master in EC
Education Requirements Required: Bachelor's, Electrical Engineering and/or Electronics & Satellites Eng or equivalent experience
Preferred: Master's, Electrical Engineering and/or Electronics & Satellites Eng or equivalent experience
About the company
Billions, maybe trillions of times a day…
That’s how often people around the world likely grab for their smartphone- and all that incredible stuff a phone can do that keeps people reaching for it multiple times a day- Qualcomm invented the stuff that made that stuff possible.
Who is Qualcomm, and what do we do? We are engineers, scientists and business strategists. We come from different countries and diverse cultures, speak different languages and offer unique perspectives. Together, we focus on a single goal—to lead the way to a new era of intelligent, connected devices.
Qualcomm’s technologies powered the smartphone revolution by connecting the phone to the Internet, and now we are changing everything about everything else. We pioneered 3G and 4G, propelling mobile to the forefront of the technology world, and now, we are leading the way to 5G that will connect billions more. Our products revolutionize industries from automotive and IoT to healthcare and data-centers, and are allowing millions of devices to connect with each other in new ways never imagined.
We've been called dreamers, inventors, rebels, risk takers, pioneers and geeks. We dream big. We invent bigger. Most importantly, we often do what many think is impossible in the name of innovation.