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Wednesday, June 06, 2012

SUVIK requires Sr. Engineer (R&D)

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SUVIK fastest growing company in the field of industrial Electronics is requires Sr. Engineer (R&D)

Qualification: Graduate / Post Graduate in Electronics / Power Electronics / Instrumentation
Experience: Minimum 2 years experience in deign and development departmant of industrial Electronic Company

Technical Expertise and skills required:
  • Candidate should have good command over C
  • Good experience of Microchip / Ateml / DSP Programming
  • Hands on experience of LCD, RS232-485, ADC, 12C, SPI interface
  • Should have fundamental knowledge of Digital, Analog and Power electronics subject
  • Power devices viz. IGBTs, MOSFETs, SCR etc
  • Control circuit design of Power Electronics converters using Microcontrollers, DSPs FPGAs
  • Hands on experience with simulation package such as MATLAB, PSPICE, PSIM etc.

Gandhinagar (Gujarat)

Fax: +91-79-23212006

E-mail: jobs@suvik.com

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