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FPGA Algorithm Developer
Job CategoryMA - Software Engineering and/or Development
Clearance LevelEligible to Obtain
LocationMassachusetts, Lexington
Req Code17:BC-D8-002
Job Description
Solidus is searching for a FPGA Algorithm Developer.

This work will include, but not be limited to, design and implementation of custom FPGA algorithms for simulation and hardware implementation based around the Xilinx Virtex-7 and UltraScale+ FPGA families, along with some implementations on smaller FPGAs and CPLDs.  Use of Xilinx Vivado and High Level Synthesis (HLS) tools will be necessary to carry out designs.
- US Citizenship and Eligible to Obtain a Secret Security Clearance
- PhD plus 5 years minimum experience, or MS plus 8 years minimum experience with the degree in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Applied Mathematics, or related technical degree with 10-13 years experience
- 10+ years experience developing software for real-time distributed
- 10 years experience with C++ and Java within a real-time Linux processing environment
-  Proficiency in MatLab
- 3 years of HLS (High Level Synthesis) with specific application to Xilinx Shannon or RFSOC

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