Website Bluechip Infocorp Pvt. Ltd.

Job description :
The selected candidate will be responsible for implementing control functions (telemetry and telecommand processing and associated coarse-time functions) in the application of different
subsystems in state of the art spaceborne payloads for high performance applications in indigenous private sector satellites in India. The work typically may involve, but not necessarily be limited to, the following activities:
Understanding control, telemetry and telecommand requirements in operating payloads in orbit and implementing them at subsystem level
Evolving efficient firmware architectures and coding for required performance goals in C/C++
Be a team contributor, code for parts of a larger functionality especially seamless integrating with high-speed FPGA hardware and test the integrated firmware for requisite performance
Part take in the full development cycle and not just “design” or “verification”, and be responsible for subsystem level outcome in an integrated system
Prepare documents necessary at different stages and be able to interact with QA/QC guidelines and facilitate assurance of code compliance to a given standard including subsystem ICDs

The knowledge base required in the candidate will in general be a clear understanding of the fundamentals of
Expert level sequential coding ability (C/C++) for the embedded environment, a significant experience profile of doing this.
Excellent familiarity with the latest microcontroller architectures and a highly desirable experience in instantiating either processor soft cores or use of hard cores provided in FPGAs
Good knowledge and understanding of microcontroller peripheral interfacing standards like UART, SPI, I2C, CAN, SPACEWIRE etc
Some desirable knowledge of the architectures of modern high-density FPGAs and SoC Devices from Xilinx (Now AMD) or Actel (Now Microchip) FPGAs
Very good experience of actually porting developed code into the hardware platforms and test the same for target performance characteristics, and the skill in spotting problems and be able to relate observations in tests back to necessary refinements in code
Exposure to safe coding practices and high reliability engineering

The successful candidate is likely to have
An electronics degree, masters preferred but not necessary
A consistent career in microcontroller firmware design and coding (6 to 10 years at least)
Very good C/C++ Coding skills, knowledge of coding standards and practices
Good experience in debugging systems, including the ability to probe hardware and make sense of the observations
A good knowledge of hardware concepts and basic circuit theory

Note: Interviews are likely to be multi-level very detailed. Please who do not check most of the points above may not be suitable at all.

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