Keysight is the world’s premiere electronic test and measurement company focused on high-growth markets in communications, electronics, and instrumentation. The technology we invent today enables the world’s technological innovations of tomorrow. We are looking for a self-motivated individual with a strong background in analog and microwave design skills to add to our Digital Photonics Center of Excellence (DP COE) research and development team in Colorado Springs, CO. Our site is located at the base of Pike’s Peak in the beautiful Colorado front-range. Our R&D team is looking to fill the position for an oscilloscopes probes and accessories design engineer. This individual will be responsible for defining and designing next generation probing technology for many challenging test and measurement applications, including products in the >10 GHz performance category. As part of our R&D team you will be a member of our diverse group of world-class mechanical, electrical and software engineers, helping you transform your designs into shipping products. The ideal candidate has completed a MS in Electrical Engineering and shows strong proficiency in analog circuit design and EE fundamentals. The candidate must exhibit background in guided wave propagation (transmission lines), and have a strong desire to learn and grow. Success in this position requires deep technical expertise and skills to design next-generation technologies for Keysight instrumentation, specifically around low-noise and high-bandwidth designs. A strong candidate demonstrates clear communication ability, a sense of ownership, willingness to be a team player, and enthusiasm to join a spirited, high-impact and collaborative team. Come join our team in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado, with its abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities, and enjoy working in an R&D environment where you'll find a dedication to innovation and contribution, trust, respect and teamwork. Principal Activities include: Analog, microwave and digital circuit design, component selection, schematic entry, PCB design, signal integrity analysis, electrical characterization, debug and DSP design and specification.
New college grad BSEE (MSEE desired). Exceptional analog circuit fundamentals. Strong background in guided wave propagation, s-parameters, EM theory and practical application thereof. Digital design fundamentals (logic design). PCB design experience, including component selection, schematic entry and ability to guide layout of high-frequency circuits. Strong work ethic. Ability to perform hands-on measurements with VNAs, Oscilloscopes and signal generators. Ability to solve root cause on difficult problems, self-motivated. Strong communication and documentation skills, ability to collaborate cross-functionally with a team-oriented mindset. We are open to reviewing current student resumes now for December 2021 or May 2022 grad dates.