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Intel Wireless Connectivity Solutions group is leading the development of wireless products to the mobile industry. We develop many of the leading wireless communication standards as: WiFi, BT, GNSS , NFC and WiGiG. Our products are a major growth engine for the mobile communication in the business, gaming and entertainment areas. Our VLSI teams are responsible for all stages from definition, architecture to design and validation of these products.
We are looking for a talented FPGA engineer, which will create emulation/Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) models from a Register Transfer Level (RTL) design using emulation/FPGA synthesis, partitioning and routing tools. As part of your job you will be in-charge on defines and documents RTL changes required for emulation/FPGA. You will develop hardware and software collaterals and integrate it with the emulation/FPGA model. In addition, the position requires tests and debugs the emulation/FPGA model and collaterals. Defines and develops new capabilities & HW/SW tools to enable acceleration of RTL and improve emulation/FPGA model usability for pre Silicon and post Silicon functional validation as well as SW development/validation. You will develop improvements to usability by RTL validation and debugging of failing RTL tests on the emulation platform. You will have Interfaces with and provides guidance to pre silicon Validation teams for optimizing pre Si validation environments, test suites and methodologies for emulation efficiency. Last, you will develop and applie automation aids, flows and scripts in support of emulation ease fuse and improvement of equipment utilization.