Digital electronics & signal processing engineer: technical experience
The role is to design and develop the digital electronics and signal processing algorithms for wearable infrared medical imaging. The product uses a high density emitter and detector array. The device operates in a challenging environment for signal-to-noise so experience working with high precision digital signal processing is essential. You will develop measurement routines and sensor calibration strategies to drive to ever higher image fidelity and resolution. You will continually push the state of the art in lightweight, high sensitivity electronics to produce life-saving products.

You will work alongside a small, focussed team of engineers and scientists to develop the product. Within the team, you will have ownership of the digital architecture and algorithms used to extract information from the hardware sensor array. You will also collaborate with the team, contributing to all aspects of device design, from mechanics to imaging software.

There are options for flexible and remote working. Stock options will be offered.
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Q1a: What experience do you have of designing digital electronics architecture from scratch? *
Q1b: Please add technical details (up to 100 words)
Q2a: What is your experience with FPGA design? *
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Q3a: What experience do you have of building digital or mixed signal PCBs? *
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Q4a: What is your experience with sensor calibration or digital signal processing? *
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Q5a: What firmware development experience do you have with C / C++ in microprocessors and microcontrollers? *
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Q6a: What is your experience with analogue to digital converters? *
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