|Job Title||Networking and Communications Systems Intern|
|Location||San Jose, CA, US|
|Organization Name||Advanced Communications, FPGA Development and Silicon Technology|
This internship project is on solving wireline or wireless infrastructure problems with Xilinx FPGAs. This intern will work with a technical mentor to implement novel algorithms on Xilinx FPGAs in the areas of arbitration, queuing, or adaptive non-linear filtering. Analysis of the implementation in terms of performance, FPGA resource usage, power consumption, and recommendations for future work will be part of a technical report due at the end of the internship.
|This intern position is geared towrads students currently in a Master's or PhD program in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science. The successful candidate will have logic design, verification, synthesis, and place-and-route experience with Xilinx FPGAs using either ISE or Vivado. Fundamentals in digital signal processing (DSP) or networking is a must. Good presentation, teamwork, and interpersonal communication skills are required.|
Xilinx’s definition an intern is defined as a full-time student who is currently enrolled in an undergraduate or postgraduate degree program in an accredited college or university.
Xilinx’s definition a college co-op student is a full-time student currently enrolled in a cooperative education program leading to an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at an accredited college or university.
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