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Signal Integrity (SI) Engineer

Signal Integrity (SI) Engineer
by Admin on 01-22-2024 at 3:48 pm

  • Full Time
  • Burlington, MA
  • Applications have closed

Website Samtec


The Signal Integrity Engineer will complete engineering projects by organizing and controlling project elements.

Essential Functions/ Responsibilities:

  • Use novel techniques in modeling & simulation to design new connectors, cable assemblies, and connector evaluation PCBs with a focus on developing world-class connectors and cable assemblies on tight timelines with excellent correlation between measurement and simulation.
  • Guide and direct the activities of multifunctional team(s) per the priorities set by engineering management & learnings from SI simulations/measurements on developing major new products.
  • Perform high-speed empirical and analytical signal integrity evaluations of interconnects. Work in laboratory environment to validate design and correlate measurement with simulations using VNA, TDR and Oscilloscope.
  • Provide development input to design teams, create electrical product models, and associated supporting documentation.
  • Analyze variation dependence and parametric optimization of models.

“The responsibilities as defined are intended to serve as a general guideline for this position. Associates may be asked to perform additional tasks depending on strengths and capabilities” 

Required Experience:

  • 5+ Years’ Experience designing and developing high-speed digital, RF, or microwave connectors.
  • Experience using commercial 3D field solvers to study electromagnetic effects.
  • Familiarity with high volume connector manufacturing methods & processes is required.
  • Must have a proven track record of successful connector design.
  • Communication skills are a must as this person will interact with engineers in different disciplines as well as with members of management.
  • Must be able handle multiple projects simultaneously as priorities can change quickly.
  • Must be able to sit/stand for at least 90 consecutive minutes, and not suffer from any sensory deprivation and/or paralysis of the limbs.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE), Physics, or related field, or other equivalent work experience.
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