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As 5G becomes the standard in wireless communications, new technologies are emerging to connect all the complex network components. Aircision is developing the next-generation free space optics (FSO) systems for use in backhaul within new telecom and enterprise networks. Partners include Eindhoven Startup Alliance (which includes ASML and Philips), multinational telecom system integrators, global research institutes, universities and innovative manufacturers.
Aircision has several openings:
• Optics Engineer: Responsibilities include developing and testing a free-space optics laser-based system. This job requires previous optical system development and work in optics simulation and Python. You can see all the details here.
• Network Software Engineer: In that position, you’ll develop a network management system and work with functional architects to assess and identify low-level requirements and design. You can see more details and requirements here.
• Embedded Software Engineer: Honestly, we can’t translate the jargon in the job requirement, but you will need experience working in hardware description language (Verilog or VHDL). You can see all the job requirements here.
• Electronics Engineer: You’ll be responsible for designing analog circuits for free-space optical communication systems, developing prototype mixed signal PCBs for platform development and product development in hardware design, prototyping and preparation for production. You can see all the details here.
• Applied Physics Internship (paid): If you’re a master’s student, this is your chance to help Aircision perfect its free-space optics system, fluff up your academic and career credentials and get paid to do it. You can see all the details here.
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