Uhnder has developed the world’s first automotive digital Radar on Chip (RoC). Sensors based on Uhnder’s Digitally Coded Modulation (DCM) technology achieve new and unprecedented levels of performance for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving solutions. Founded in 2015, its main engineering operations center is in Austin, Texas, USA with design facilities in India and China. MulticoreWare is facilitating the setup of Uhnder India.
Using a combination of advanced CMOS and Digital Code Modulation (DCM) technology to deliver the industry’s first digital automotive Radar-On-Chip (ROC), Uhnder’s approach and technology is transforming the automotive industry by changing the way radars work with significant improvements in performance with the additional benefits of smaller size, lower power and cost.
As a EE design engineer, you will join a team of hardware experts to board design/Layout/ Schematics for automotive and non-automotive Radar Solutions.
- To work in a Hi speed digital design – LPDDR4 and develop EVK, modules and PCB materials, stack up and BLR.
- To analyze the visibility of how signals are going to behave as they traverse PCB traces and analyse the design's power delivery networks to evaluate power plane impedance, decoupling capacitance
Required Education and Experience
- BS/MS degree in EE/CS or related technical disciplines with 4+ years of relevant experience
- Ability to work in fast paced environment with excellent oral and written communication skills
- Self-starter who can partner with multiple teammates Key skills required
- Experience with bringup and Characterization/Qualification of HW
- Hands on experience in Orcad, Allegro, Cadence, Signal Integrity Tool and JIRA/Confluence is must.
- Hands on experience in analysis of Signal integrity and Power integrity.
- Experience in design for testability (DFT) to a hardware product design. To develop and apply manufacturing tests to the designed hardware.
- Strong knowledge on Design for Reliability (DfR) and follows design rules and automation