Apple Firmware/Software L1-Development Engineer - Platform Architecture in San Diego, California

Firmware/Software L1-Development Engineer - Platform Architecture

San Diego, California, United States


  • Strong skills in programming languages C/C++ Familiarity with SW architecture and design development cycles

  • Understanding cellular protocols (e.g., 3G, LTE, 5G,..) is required

  • Excellent communication and team work skills


Build a cellular simulator Modeling/Developing PHY/L1 of the cellular protocol stack (e.g. LTE, 5G,…) Contribute to the whole FW/SW development cycle (e.g. architecture, design, implementation, …)

Education & Experience

MS/Ph.D in EE/CS is preferred

Additional Requirements

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