Are you an electronics graduate looking for a role providing further training in FPGA technologies and platforms? This successful Cambridge based company can offer you a great start to your electronics career.
This highly innovative, established company specialises in the design and development of leading edge AV and IP solutions. They now seek a Graduate FPGA Engineer – VHDL or Verilog to work on a range of next generation products involved in the control of streaming high definition video. Our client uses a mixture of VHDL and Verilog for different projects, so experience with both of these hardware description languages is a plus.
The core skills you need at the outset will have been gained during your top class technical degree from a known leading university. You will have gained sufficient training to able to prove an understanding of the following:
- VHDL / FPGA design and development methodologies
- High speed digital design and development methodologies
- Exposure to use of oscilloscopes and other bench tools
- Understanding of network architecture or streaming of video
The Graduate FPGA Engineer will be expected to work well within a multi-disciplinary development team across a varied range of smaller and larger projects. The versatility to work well in teams or individually and adapt between development-focused and research-focused projects is therefore advantageous. Your team colleagues will be:
- System on Chip (SoC) developers
- Video compression experts
- Communications specialists in TCP/IP protocols
- Software developers working in high level languages
- Embedded real-time software engineers
- Cryptography designers
You will join a team of friendly, dedicated designers working in an extremely modern, welcoming work environment. This provides an excellent opportunity to join an award-winning Cambridge company creating new IP and developing their own products with the enjoyable technical challenges that come with streaming High Definition video.
Keywords: Electronics graduate, Hardware Design Engineer, FPGA, VHDL, Verilog, , Embedded C, video, AV, HDTV, 4k TV, streaming, IP, Ethernet, USB, 2.1, 1st, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire.