UTC Aerospace Systems
3d ago

This position is for Electric Systems SBU

JOB TITLE : Engineer / Sr.Engineer FPGA Design, Verification & Validation


Responsible for design, verification and certification of Aerospace firmware. Responsibilities will include requirement creation, FPGA test plan / test procedure preparation, conceptual design, detailed design and testing.

Good leadership and communication skills are mandatory.


  • Requirement preparation.
  • Good Knowledge in DO-254 hardware cycle.
  • Good Knowledge in VHDL coding.
  • FPGA Requirement Specification preparation.
  • Good in the preparation of FPGA Design Validation Test Plan
  • Good in the preparation of FPGA Design Validation Test Procedure
  • Experience in FPGA board verification and Validation.
  • Hardware Debuggers : Logic Analyzer, In-Circuit Emulator.
  • Experience in Protocols - CAN, PCI, 1553B, ARINC 429, RS422, RS 485
  • FPGA Architectures Actel Fusion / Xilinx / Altera
  • Knowledge in the usage of Multisim and Libero.
  • Usage of DOORS for requirement management.
  • Board design experience using microprocessors / DSPs / FPGAs / PLDs and digital electronics is a PLUS

  • Good interpersonal skills and an ability to work with individuals / teams at all levels of the organization and capable of mentoring other engineers on the team.
  • Solid technical judgment with initiative, resourcefulness, and creative problem solving skills.
  • Can successfully meet program schedule milestones and be aware of schedule constraints.
  • Good in technical documentation
  • Good in communication.
  • Education : BE / ME with 3 to 5 years of relevant experience.

    Requirements :

    Masters / Bachelor of Engineering (BE / BTech.) degree in Electrical / Electronics Engineering

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