Intel Research System Engineer - Aerial Communications in Santa Clara, California
The candidate will be joining an advanced wireless aerial communication research team within the Wireless Communications Research organization in Intel Labs. The project focuses on improving the communication and control of drones a.k.a UAVs - unmanned aerial vehicles via innovation towards the future wireless systems e.g. 4G/5G/WiFi. The candidate will work within a small team on system design, simulation and analysis with the help of large-scale system-level simulations. The candidate will also have opportunity to participate/collaborate in standard contributions, field tests and IP development.
PhD in Electrical or Computer Engineering with Communications/Computer Science background with relevant industry experience
Solid background on wireless communication systems, e.g. cellular systems 4G/5G, WiFi, especially on PHY/MAC layers 2+ years’
Experience with large-scale system-level simulations, and familiar with tools such as Matlab/C++ based simulation packages 1+ years
Solid understanding of wireless technologies such as interference mitigation, MIMO, beamforming, DSP, etc.
- Past industry work experience in wireless system design is preferred
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