Associate Electronics Design Engineer At Boeing In Bengaluru

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Primary Responsibilities

Design and development of state-of-the art electronics for commercial aviation systems.
Duties will include circuit design, requirements and interface definition, modeling and analysis, testing, performance and design verification
Technical support for production and test of electronic products.
Support projects involving digital and analog circuit design.
Responsible for digital design, worst case circuit analysis, and communications systems
Ability to simplify circuits and explain the underlying concepts clearly

Preferred Qualifications (Desired Skills/Experience)

Experience with digital/analog power electronics
Circuit design and analysis experience
Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Analysis experience. Good understanding of grounding and shielding concepts, chassis design.
Electronics-oriented work experience
Design and Testing of DDR4 interfaces, SATA/SSD, 1G/10G Ethernet
Selection of components to be used in Avionics Electronics Designs, like but not limited to, DDR, memory, storage media flash, ethernet controllers.
Strong understanding of ARINC 429, ARINC 818 and MIL 1553.
Simulation experience and creation of behavioral models with MATLAB and SABER.
Experience with Power Integrity analysis, Hyperlynx SI.
Experience with Mentor suite of eCAD tools
BS in Electrical Engineering

Basic Qualifications (Required Skills and Experience)

Bachelor’s in engineering degree or higher
Experience with Analog, digital board design
Power Supply Design
Design for EMI/EMC compliance
DO160G Awareness

Typical Education & Experience

Bachelors Engineering degree, Preferably Electronics/Aeronautical/Electrical / Systems Engineering and typically 0 to 5 or more years’ related work experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience (e.g. Master+0 years’ of related work experience etc.).

Location: Bengaluru
Company: Boeing

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