Plantation, FL (HQ); Sunnyvale, CA; Tel Aviv, Israel
You will be working in a challenging environment to specify, implement and test audio DSP firmware including signal processing frameworks, device drivers for sound I/O peripherals and porting of in-house and third-party signal processing algorithms.
Develop and deliver robust firmware on target platforms.
Develop and debug multi-threaded firmware applications on real-time hardware platforms.
Interact with platform hardware engineers, stack developers, algorithm engineers, application engineers, quality/test engineers, and many more groups on a regular basis to ensure requirements and specifications are being met.
Participate in the generation of requirements and test protocols.
Actively participate in code reviews and design reviews.
Contribute to failure analysis to understand where hardware and software can fail and how we can mitigate these risks.
Document the design of your software and participate in the formal release of documentation.
A go-getter, willing to learn about the latest in the high-tech and develop world class product features.
Minimum 3 years of experience in an embedded microcontroller firmware development.
Strong programming experience and demonstrated proficiency in C and C++ for embedded systems.
Familiar with Makefile, CMakeList files and development toolchains, IDEs, debuggers.
Experience working with hardware debuggers (such as JTAGs), analyzers and oscilloscopes.
Experience with common interfaces such as I2S, I2C, SPI, UART, PCIE..
Experience working with real-time operating systems (RTOS) and good understanding of Linux and Android frameworks.
Hands on experience with one or more major microprocessor architectures (ARM and/or DSP based).
Familiar with modern firmware and software development methodologies and practices.
Demonstrated ability to work as a team player, as part of a local and globally distributed team.
Good communication skills.
Preferred candidates would have experience in speech/audio drivers, firmware or application development, algorithm porting to ARM / DSP platforms, and codec optimization.
Experience/good familiarity with DSP concepts like filters, fixed-point arithmetic, and optimization techniques. DSP/ARM assembly experience is a plus.
MATLAB and/or Python experience is a plus.
Working experience with multichannel DMAs, real-time audio capture or playback is a plus.
BS/BA in Computer Science is required
MS/MA is preferred
All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.