Senior Hardware Engineer – Optical Transceiver Design | O-Net Communications (USA), Inc.

O-Net Communications (USA), Inc. is seeking one Senior Hardware Engineer – Optical Transceiver Design to design and test optical transceiver products and work within an interdisciplinary team of other optical engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, firmware/software engineers, manufacturing/NPI engineers, process engineers, marketing and sales engineers, etc.; identify, evaluate, and select key components for optical transceivers and corresponding evaluation boards; Perform PCB schematic design and layout supervision; simulate optical transceiver performance using 3D FEM electromagnetic simulation tools and compare with physical test results to confirm predictive utility of simulation models; test and characterize the performance of optical transceiver modules and subsystems, evaluate and analyze test results, and validate that these products meet the required specifications; trouble-shoot any failures during the testing and characterization of optical transceivers and subsystems, determine root-cause of the failures, and devise corrective actions for issue resolution; evaluate manufacturing throughput and pass/fail yields of the production line, the statistical distribution of the measured parameters, etc., and successfully transition products from R&D to volume manufacturing.  Email resume to [email protected].

Requires Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering, and one- year professional experience in the job offered as a Hardware Engineer-Optical Transceiver Design or closely related area. Special Skills Required: Specialize in electrical engineering with a focus on optical transceivers; proficient with 3D FEM electro-magnetic field and circuit simulation software; proficient with laboratory test equipment for optical transceiver characterization and analysis, including VNA (vector network analyzer), PPG (pulse pattern generator), ED (error detector), OSA (optical spectrum analyzer), VOA (variable optical attenuator), and sampling oscilloscopes. Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering is acceptable.

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