ViaSat produces innovative satellite and other wireless communication products that enable fast,
secure, and efficient communications to any location. If you're looking to join a team in a proven
company, then try us on for size. The company has been honored for its record of performance by
national magazines such as INC, Forbes, Fortune Small Business, and BusinessWeek, including two
years running on the Business 2.0 "100 Fastest Growing Tech Companies."
In this role you
will perform microwave/mixed-signal IC design of complex circuits. These circuits include: analog
baseband, microwave (>5GHz) and digital subsystems such as: mixers, VGAs, LNAs, DACs, etc. You
will also design custom IC circuits on SiGe and CMOS processes, particularly at 0.18um process
technologies and below. Sound interesting? Keep reading....
Microwave/RF IC design experience
• Circuit/ASIC design in SiGe & CMOS process(es)
Test/Measurement/Debug capability for microwave chipsets
• BSEE degree
• US citizen
to 10% travel
• Knowledge of design and verification in ADS
Experience with EM simulator(s) (HFSS, Momentum, Sonnet)
• Previous circuit design experience
for frequencies above 10GHz
• MSEE degree
Our Advanced Microwave Products group is
located in Gilbert, Arizona, also known as the "high tech oasis of the silicon desert". Gilbert is
located southeast of Phoenix and in close proximity to the lively, up-beat town of Tempe and the
world-famous upscale town of Scottsdale. Arizona is also a lovely winter haven and is the golfing
and resort Mecca of the Southwest. With a solid work force and an ever-expanding family-based
community, The Phoenix metro area has arts, entertainment, all major league sports, and a growing
electronics industry that continues to flourish.
Are you ready to take the next step in
your Engineering career where you will thrive and enjoy coming to work? Then submit your resume.
It only takes a few minutes and could start you on your new path to a fulfilling career at ViaSat.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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