As an integration engineer you will be responsible for verifying the firmware and hardware implementation of the Cellular IoT modem, making sure it is compliant with the 3GPP standard and other product specifications. You will be developing the test environments and scripts, analyzing the device and its firmware behavior and identifying issues. You are ultimately responsible for the modem software stack quality and conformity.
You are very experienced in developing test scripts on numerous base station emulators like the Anritsu 8430A or R&S CMW500. If your role is to develop PHY scripts, then you know very well how the PHY mechanisms are operating on both UE and Base station side and capable of developing test scripts that validate basic and advanced functionality on PHY side like random access, cell search and measurements, receive, transmit, timing alignment, power control, HARQ etc. If your role is to develop L3 scripts, then you perfectly know how the LTE RRC layer is defined and you can develop procedural tests like network registration, handovers and re-selections.
You know how to define, develop and organize test campaigns and automations. You are familiar with eNodeB emulator test environments like the Anritsu RTD or the Anite DT, familiar with Python scripts
Being an expert on 3GPP L1 and/or L2/L3 specification and test requirements, you view the device as ‘white box’. You have deep understanding of the logs and diagnostic information generated by the modem, you are capable of analyzing them and pin-pointing issues. When the solution is undergoing interoperability and field tests and later on when customers deploying it, you play a key role in issue reproduction in the lab, analysis and debugging.
The platform you will be working is on Altair’s newest chipset, designed especially for the IoT market, highly integrated and consuming super low power. The core technology you will be testing is completely new and exciting!
The position is located in Oulu, Finland