Silicon Photonics Product Division SPPD is part of Data Center group developing cutting edge opto-electronic transceiver modules based on novel technologies and by utilizing traditional silicon manufacturing techniques. In this position you work within the SPPD validation team and are responsible for defining validation test requirements and developing validation test setups for 400G optical subsystems, overseeing and executing validation tests, analyzing and documenting validation results and debugging failures. You are also expected to interface with architecture, design, and manufacturing teams to improve product design, performance and yield.
BS degree in Electrical Engineering or similar technical fields
Fundamental understanding of high speed optical transceivers and its components
6+ years’ of photonics experience with emphasis in high speed components, subassemblies or modules
Proficiency in optical and high speed electrical test methodologies for optical transceiver sub-assemblies and modules
Knowledge of IEEE standards and multi-source agreements for high speed datacom transceivers
Proficiency in statistical data analysis
Technical leadership and ability to solve technical problems independently
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
MS or Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering or similar technical fields
Design experience in high speed TX and RX circuits and optical transceivers
Proficiency in statistical data analysis using JMP
Experience with automation of test setups using Labview and Python Inside this Business Group
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