Key Roles & Responsibilities
Analog frontend AE is responsible for providing support to frontend tools like Virtuoso schematic editor, analog and mixed signal simulators, schematic simulation environment, regressions tools, waveform viewers etc.
Develop and maintain new flow features around Frontend EDA tools and capabilities.
Provide Support for schematic design engineer to debug tool issues, design debug and resolve technical problems.
Develop and automate new, existing and sophisticated design methodologies and liaise closely with external tool vendors to drive improvements
Demonstrated strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Minimum Education and Experience
Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering
Three years of relevant experience
Required Skills and Qualifications
Good understanding of analog and mixed-signal design methodologies
Experience in analog and mixed-signal simulation and debug
Strong electrical knowledge and understand of Analog and Digital circuits
Strong modeling knowledge with VerilogA, verilogAMS, UVM-code,
Experience with Cadence Spectre/ APS/ SpectreX/ Xcelium simulation & simulation environment – Maestro, ADE, ViVA, simvison, vManager
Extensive experience scripting preferably including Python, Perl, Tcl and SKILL
Expert-level knowledge of Cadence Virtuoso Environment
Experience with Cadence Spectre/APS/SpectreX netlists, simulation, and debugging associated issues
Experience with Cadence Spectre/ SpectreRF analysis – TRAN,DC,AC,PSS, PNOISE etc
Analog Simulation ‘SOA’ or Safe Operating Area assert generation and verification
Experience with reliability signoff tool.
Partner and collaborate with design teams using strong interpersonal skills while supporting internal customers
Company: Texas Instruments