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Signal Processing Matlab Engineer
Job CategoryMA - Digital Signal Processing
Clearance LevelSecret
LocationMassachusetts, Lexington
Req Code17:BC-D6-049
  
Job Description
Solidus is searching for a Signal Processing Engineer to execute MATLAB programming for a simulation based testbed and execute analysis of the simulation results, to support a Staff member in the characterization of various receiver algorithms and system design choices (e.g. waveform choices, A/D choices) for different RF threat environments.  The successful candidate will join a group that develops and characterizes potential new methods and signal processing techniques to enable wireless communications in difficult RF environments. 

Responsibilities:
- MATLAB programming and signal processing simulation test bed programmer and analyst. 
- Develop and support of MATLAB simulation-based test bed, testing, and analysis of test results
- Assist in the design, documentation, implementation, organization, display and interpretation of MATLAB simulation tests/data/results using our mitigation MATLAB simulation test bed to include the
- Participate in defining, describing, and implementing MATLAB signal generators and demodulators,  MATLAB functions and batch testing of those generators/demodulators from written reports that express the algorithms to be coded in MATLAB as Linear Algebra expressions and express the channels and interference to be coded in MATLAB as probabilistic expressions (e.g. pdf?s) and communication signal mathematical expressions (e.g. root raised cosine pulses, etc.)

Requirements:
- Active Secret Clearance
- Bachelor?s degree in EE, CS, or Applied Math with 1 year minimum experience with MATLAB and signal processing algorithm coding and MATLAB simulation test beds
- Preference is for MSEE with Math minor, or BSEE with strong math and experience coding up simulations from mathematical representations of signals and algorithms in journal or conference papers
- Experience with MATLAB programming
- Experience with signal processing and linear algebra based algorithms
- Completed coursework in Linear Algebra, probability, and calculus

Additionally Desired:
- Completed course and coursework for digital signal processing class, signals and systems and/or communication systems
- Experience implementing algorithms from mathematical reports such as conference or journal papers describing signal processing techniques using standard linear algebra notation
- Completed course and coursework in any of the following: statistics, stochastic systems, detection/estimation theory, communication theory, optimization, machine learning, and/or information theory/inference
- Experience writing technical reports, testing reports, user manuals for the code one has written


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