General Description: Decawave is seeking talented engineers to join our software team, working closely with our IC designers to develop the real-time embedded software for our cutting-edge ultra-wideband (UWB) radio products, targeting secure transactions and real time location systems (RTLS).
Location: Dublin, Ireland
- Have a good honours degree in Engineering or Computer Science from a recognised university.
- Have experience of design and debug of embedded systems software and be proficient in ‘C’.
- Have good written and oral communications skills, able to interpret written requirements and technical specs, and generate coherent documents during all phases of software development.
- Be capable of taking a leading role in the software system design, able to work alone or in a team as the need arises, and able to guide and mentor other software design engineers if required.
And, ideally have experience of some or all of the following:
- Development of software and drivers for SOC microprocessors and their peripherals.
- System architecture design and security considerations.
- Wireless communications protocols, including data encryption and authentication aspects.
- Python, Eclipse, Git, USB, SPI, DMA, (secure) µP firmware boot, RTOS, ARM Cortex.
Optional experience requirements, for additional consideration:
- Security protocols and digital certification: AES, ECDH, GCMP, CCM, ECSDA, RSA, PKCS, HMAC
- Wireless sensor networks (WSN) , 6LoWPAN, Thread, ZigBee, Bluetooth, BLE, MDNS, DHCP,
- Multiple microprocessor systems.
- C++, SVN, Qt, Cygwin, Android, Linux, MATLAB.
- Protocols such as TCP/IP, Ethernet and Wi-Fi and especially IEEE 802.15 wireless protocols
- Two-way ranging and/or real-time location systems (RTLS)
This is a full-time salaried position, based in Decawave’s Dublin office, possibly with very occasional travel to international customers or partners for meetings and/or co-operative working.
Interested candidates with the requisite skills and experience should email their CV with a covering letter to: [email protected]