Benetel is based in Dublin, Ireland, and was founded in 2001 by a team of highly skilled engineers. Benetel today develops leading-edge hardware platform solutions for 4G/LTE eNodeB Small Cells. Offering off-the-shelf baseband and RF modules in a variety of frequency bands and output powers as well as design and test services, Benetel enables OEMs to radically increase the speed to market of the newest LTE network infrastructure.
In May 2020, we launched our first 5G NR Non-Standalone (NSA) Evaluation System. The 5G NSA system, based on Split 7.2 ORAN interface, is targeted for laboratory, research, and test integration purposes. This innovative system enables interested parties to evaluate, understand, and familiarize themselves with virtualized end-to-end solutions and provides them with a path to deployment grade solution.
Our internal capabilities cover all phases of product development from System Architecture, Design, and Conformance Testing to Automated Test Systems to support high volume product manufacturing. Our innovative product development approach has contributed several world firsts in low-power and cellular small cell and 5G product development. We work closely with major semiconductor and software companies and are committed to delivering the very latest technology products to our global customer base.
The Test System Design Engineer position will provide the successful candidate an opportunity to join a fast-growing team supporting the development and test of Benetel’s wide range of RF and Baseband products. You will be working with the test lead to design, develop, and continuously improve new and existing test processes in the company.
The role encompasses working on leading-edge dedicated SOC processors to implement 5G RU’s and 4G small cell base stations. The established team and product platform base provide an environment to enhance and develop skills and capabilities.
Desired Skills and Expertise
Educational and Experience Requirements
It is expected that candidates will have a minimum of a Batchelor’s Degree in Electronics or Software Engineering and achieved a 2.1 or greater.
Candidates are expected to have demonstrated proficiency in the some/all of the following areas:
- National Instrument LabVIEW and/or TestStand
- Python programming
- Linux kernel development and device drivers
- Willingness to learn in a dynamic environment
- Excellent communications skills (verbal, written and graphical)
- Ability to react/respond quickly to issues and to be able to think on your feet
- C / µController / FPGA programming
- Familiarity with web development languages such as PHP, Perl
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