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Job Opp. Bay Area Principal Behavioral Modeling of Analog/MS Circuits (Read 2715 times)
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Job Opp. Bay Area Principal Behavioral Modeling of Analog/MS Circuits
Feb 16th, 2012, 9:40am
 
  • Bay Area - Sr./Principal Behavioral Modeling Engineer


- Enrich behavioral model library for analog IPs.
- Implement and roll out automation tools for model creation and
  verification.
- Standardize analog behavioral modeling methodologies.
- Develop good practices for analog model coding.
- Develop custom behavioral models.
- Tools and methodologies support.

- Experience in writing and debugging analog behavioral models with
  Verilog, Verilog-A, and/or Verilog-AMS.
- Experience in writing self-checking behavioral models.
- Solid background with Real Value Modeling (for event driven
  simulator), model verification and regression.
- Current with model automation technologies.
- Extensive experience with Cadence design environment and
  analog/mixed-signals simulation tools: Spectre, APS, AMS Designer,
  UltraSim.
- Strong understanding of model performance in simulation, modeling
  for multiple voltage domain designs.
- Familiar with IP reuse

High Visibility Principal Technical Leadership Role Requiring 10+ yrs. exp. and influencing a Large Analog/Mixed-Signal Design Organization with multiple Design Teams & Locations!
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