Wireless Standards and Research Engineer 3GPP RAN1
Location: Schaumburg IL or Bridgewater NJ
This position is responsible for conducting research on PHY technologies for 5G and beyond standards and attending the corresponding standards meetings.
The successful candidate will conduct research on wireless physical layer technologies for the standards, including theoretical analysis, innovative technical solution design and simulation.
The successful candidate will attend the corresponding standard meetings such as 3GPP RAN1 meetings, drive the research results to improve the standards, guide or suggest for technology development and industrial roadmap decision towards a healthy and global standards eco-system.
Self-motivated and able to work independently, as well as in a team.
The candidate will have an active role in advanced research projects with external partners.
Requirements include, but are not limited to:
PhD in EE, with experience in wireless standards or wireless physical layer algorithm research & system level/link level simulation in the wireless telecommunications industry or academia.
Strong technical expertise and experience in wireless physical layer protocol design, AI/ML for wireless networks, simulation and optimization for standards; strong technical expertise in wireless 5G technologies, including OFDM/OFDMA, MIMO, interference control, signal and channel design, Multi-BS MIMO and advanced algorithm design and implementation.
Hand-on experience with one or more wireless communication systems, GSM, UMTS, LTE, LTE-A, NR, WiFi; experience with IMT-Advanced/2020 FDD or TDD systems is preferable.
Good understanding of higher layers (such as lower MAC layer) and experience in jointly designing physical layer and MAC layer.
Good knowledge of the state-of-the-art technologies for wireless systems in industry and academia.
Experience in product realization design or receiver algorithm design is preferable.
Good teamwork spirit and adaptability.
Should thrive in a dynamic, innovative and research-oriented environment.
Travel to US other sites and all over the world for the standard meeting is required.