The Digital Communications & Digital Signal Processing Analyst will provide digital communication and signal processing expertise to design, implement, improve and troubleshoot XACTs acoustic telemetry productsEssential Responsibilities:
- Work in a healthy and safe manner in accordance with BH policies and procedures and report any unsafe practices or conditions.
- Be involved in all aspects of new acoustic network product development including researching, planning, design, implementation, verification and testing.
- Conduct analysis and simulation of network performance and environment, and acoustic channels.
- Participate in trouble-shooting and root cause analyses of communication system failures.
- Create and implement corrective solutions and improvements.
- Explore, implement, and evaluate protocols, algorithms and methods.
- Support real time field operations as required.
- Minimum Master's degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent.
- Experience in communications theory and signal processing, including wireless digital modulation techniques, FEC encoders/decoders, and channel characterization.
- Proficient with Matlab and other data analysis packages.
- Experience in C/C++ programming for both embedded system and application software development (Microsoft Visual C/C++).
- Experience with acoustic communication systems would be an asset.
- Understands, appreciates and applies disciplined software development processes.
- Comfortable in dynamic environment where priorities may shift in short notice.
- Detail and quality oriented individual.
- Proactive team player, with strong verbal and written communication skills.
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