Seeking Top Talent for Ground-floor Startup Developing Revolutionary Wireless Technology
Ground-floor startup forming a top-tier development team to take a revolutionary wireless technology currently working in the lab and productize it for practical deployment as a mass-market wireless system. The technology is a radical approach to wireless, achieving performance orders of magnitude beyond conventional systems (for real), and has the potential to utterly transform wireless communications throughout the world.
The technology is the result of many years of research and refinement, incubated by Rearden Labs (www.rearden.com), noted for incubating game-changing technologies and seed-funding disruptive startups such as OnLive (www.onlive.com), MOVA (www.mova.com), Android (www.android.com) Danger (www.danger.com), and Moxi (www.moxi.com).
Seeking out-of-the-box thinkers able to change their preconceptions about what is possible with wireless, but who also have a solid understanding of existing wireless technology, and are practical "do what it takes" developers, able to overcome challenges large and small. Looking for team players highly motivated by creating something new and revolutionary, and also excited about the opportunity of being part of a new company as it spins out from incubation.
- define software architecture
- develop/implement communications and signal processing algorithms in C++ and Python
- improve computational performance of wireless platform
- extensive programming experience with real-time C++ and Python
- experience with MATLAB desirable
- experience with software-defined radio a plus - experience with GNU radio (http://gnuradio.org/) and USRP boards a plus
- knowledge of wireless communications and signal processing fundamentals a definite plus
- define hardware (FPGA) architecture
- implement communications and signal processing algorithms into FPGA
- extensive experience with VHDL/Verilog and real-time FPGA development
- experience with software-defined radio a plus
- experience with GNU radio (http://gnuradio.org/) and USRP boards a plus
- knowledge of wireless communications and signal processing fundamentals a plus
jobs5 <at> rearden dot com