Are you a digital design engineer with experience in RTL design, synthesis and DFT for mixed-signal chips? Do you want to play a key role in building next generation Wi-Fi chips that will truly enable the Internet of Things? Would you like to make a real difference in a VC-backed startup and work in a dynamic & fun environment? Then join Australia’s fastest growing semiconductor startup based in Sydney, Australia! You’ll work with the team that invented Wi-Fi 20 years ago, and help shape the future of Wi-Fi.
As Digital IC Design Engineer, your role will be within the digital team as a designer and owner of the synthesis and DFT flow, which will involve you running synthesis and performing hand off to the backend team.
Applicants will need to be experienced with digital design for mixed-signal SoCs, DFT and low-power synthesis flows. You will be responsible for the complete RTL to GDSII flow. You will maintain the DFT infrastructure, synthesis scripts and work closely and iteratively with the backend team to ensure best-possible power and performance QoR, and help ensure design correctness through to tapeout. You’ll work closely with the rest of the team on-site to develop the RTL, address implementation challenges and help prepare the digital design for delivery to the P&R team.
Other responsibilities will include working with the digital and analog teams on top-level infrastructure such as clocking, power control and host-interfaces. You will also be involved in bring-up of silicon in the lab and preparation and optimization of the chip for production.
We are willing to sponsor a work visa for overseas applicants.
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Who we are:
Morse Micro is a fabless semiconductor company building Wi-Fi HaLow (802.11ah) chips for the Internet of Things (IoT). We are a team of wireless experts that love to innovate & invent. Together, we are building the world’s lowest power Wi-Fi technology that will enable billions of IoT devices to connect securely to the internet.
How to apply:
If you are interested in building the first 802.11ah chip together with the inventors of Wi-Fi, then send us your resume and application letter.If you are an international applicant, please specify if you have working rights in Australia.