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Senior DSP Engineer - Modem/Wireless

  • Location: Cambridge
  • Sector: DSP, Embedded Software
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: DJP8843/65
  • Salary: £50K to £60K + benefits

Job description

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Senior DSP Engineer - Modem/Wireless, based in Cambridge, to join this world leading communications company.

Due to continued growth they are seeking a Senior DSP Engineer will be involved in the design and development of new signal processing solutions for a range of wireless communication products.

Key skills/experience for Senior DSP Engineer:
Experience of signal processing and modem technology
Experience of C programming and real-time software development
Knowledge of electronics hardware
Experience of bringing up modem platforms

This is a great chance to join a great company who can offer the opportunity for career progression and personal development.

To apply for Senior DSP Engineer based in Cambridge please send your CV to dphilpottt@redlinegroup.Com or for more information contact Dave Philpott on 01582 878819



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