Analog IO Circuit Design

Analog IO Circuit Design

Texas Instruments | Bangalore, KA, IN

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Description

• Minimum Education Level - Bachelor's Level Degree

• Related field of study – Electrical engineering

• Minimum years of experience – 4 yrs – 10 yrs


This is a great opportunity to be part of an established IO team with ample growth opportunities, working with worldwide design teams and leading customers. In this role, your responsibilities will include:



- Designing state of the art IO circuit solutions across all analog/digital process nodes for commercial, automotive and industrial applications

- Designing IO transmitters/driver and receivers for interfaces like I2C, I3C, GPIO, SPI, LVDS, Oscillator etc

- Working within IO design team with full IP and technology ownership and responsibility from spec definition to release

- Working with and providing guidance to layout engineers and monitoring the progress of IO layout

- Design Verification to ensure design robustness. This includes running PVT verification, statistical simulations as well as analyzing the impact of extracted parasitics.

- Collaborating with validation, product engineering and test engineering teams to enable successful transfer to production.




Preferred Qualifications:



- Experience with IO design in CMOS and BiCMOS process technologies

- Analog / transistor-level circuit design. Statistical / Monte Carlo simulation.

- Programming: Perl, Skill

- Demonstrated strong analytical and problem solving skills

- Familiar with IC design tools, preferably cadence’s virtuoso design environment including creating schematics, reviewing layout, setting up and running top-level mixed signal simulations (AMS, Ultrasim).

- Strong verbal and written communication skills

- Ability to work in teams and collaborate effectively with people in different functions

- Strong time management skills that enable on-time project delivery

- Demonstrated ability to build strong, influential relationships

- Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment