In an era of dynamic change in space, Aerospace is addressing a generation of complex challenges. We operate the only federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) committed exclusively to the space enterprise. Our technical experts span every discipline of space-related science and engineering. Join our team and thrive in a career that matters to the world and you personally. The Digital Electronics and Electromagnetics Department is seeking an FPGA and Signal Processing engineer interested in working problems in both signal processing and digital communications and its implementation in hardware. The department has extensive prototyping and proof of concept development experience in communications and signal exploitation applications. The work involves the development of algorithms and transitioning them to processing platforms such as FPGAs, GPUs and general processors. Prototypes are typically developed utilizing SDR platforms and various waveform generation and capture technologies. The work includes prototype development, subsystem modeling and simulation, system level analysis and oversight of customer projects. The whole department engages in work involving antennas, RF subsystems, analog to digital and digital to analog conversion, digital processing and algorithm implementation. Key Functions Implement digital signal processing algorithms for communications and signal exploitation systems. Utilize MATLAB and Python for algorithm prototyping and optimization of algorithms for efficient hardware implementation. Implement algorithms in hardware platforms such as FPGAs and GPUs. Utilize hardware implementation languages such as VHDL and CUDA. Assist senior staff in development of algorithms and implementation in laboratory environment. Support system analysis and studies used to provide guidance and technical advice on customer projects. Work with other engineers as a team member in solving problems. Qualifications Required Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, physics or a related technical discipline from a recognized institution. A minimum of 5 years of experience (post bachelor degree, graduate school counts). Experience developing digital signal processing algorithms in MATLAB or Python. Experience with basic DSP tools such as MATLAB or Python. Experience with hardware implementation on platforms such as FPGAs and GPUs. Experience working in an electronics laboratory environment. Strong written and verbal communication skills. This position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance, which is issues by the U.S. government. U.S. citizenship is required to obtain a security clearance. Preferred Advanced degree in the area of digital communications or DSP implementation. Experience working with LINUX and development on a LINUX platform. Equal Opportunity Commitment The Aerospace Corporation is an Equal OpportunityAffirmative Action employer. We believe that a diverse workforce creates an environment in which unique ideas are developed and differing perspectives are valued, producing superior customer solutions. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, age, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, color, religion, genetic information, marital status, ancestry, national origin, protected veteran status, physical disability, medical condition, mental disability, or disability status and any other characteristic protected by state or federal law. If you're an individual with a disability or a disabled veteran who needs assistance using our online job search and application tools or need reasonable accommodation to complete the job application process, please contact us by phone ator by email at . You can also review The Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law poster and the supplement, as well as the Pay Transparency Policy Statement.
Posting ID: 596182052Posted: 2021-01-04