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DSP job with TI in Palo Alto, CA

Started by awegener April 19, 2006
Texas Instruments is looking for an experienced TMS320C67x DSP programmer
with significant experience in optimizing ANSI C code using Code Composer
Studio's #pragma directives.  The adaption software from an existing
Matlab-based adaptive system has been ported to C, and the C code needs to
be optimized primarily for execution speed but also for program size.

The successful candidate will have at least one year of experience using
the 'C67x platform and must be able to describe how the various #pragma
directives improve the C compiler's ability to generate faster compiled
code.  The candidate must also describe the code speed-ups obtained on
previous DSP code optimization tasks.

Experience with adaptive systems and wireless communications is a plus. 
Salary is competitive and depends on experience.  Consultants are
preferred for this task, which is expected to take about 3 months.  We
will, however, consider the right candidate for a permanent DSP software
engineering position.  The candidate should live in the San Francisco Bay
Area.  Our office is located in Palo Alto, CA.

Interested candidates may forward their resume to awegener@ti.com. 
Principals only, please (no recruiters).



Interested candidates, please send your resume to awegener (at) ti.com.

>Texas Instruments is looking for an experienced TMS320C67x DSP
programmer
>with significant experience in optimizing ANSI C code using Code
Composer
>Studio's #pragma directives. The adaption software from an existing >Matlab-based adaptive system has been ported to C, and the C code needs
to
>be optimized primarily for execution speed but also for program size. > >The successful candidate will have at least one year of experience using >the 'C67x platform and must be able to describe how the various #pragma >directives improve the C compiler's ability to generate faster compiled >code. The candidate must also describe the code speed-ups obtained on >previous DSP code optimization tasks. > >Experience with adaptive systems and wireless communications is a plus. >Salary is competitive and depends on experience. Consultants are >preferred for this task, which is expected to take about 3 months. We >will, however, consider the right candidate for a permanent DSP software >engineering position. The candidate should live in the San Francisco
Bay
>Area. Our office is located in Palo Alto, CA. > >Interested candidates may forward their resume to awegener@ti.com. >Principals only, please (no recruiters). > > > >
awegener wrote:

> Texas Instruments is looking for an experienced TMS320C67x DSP programmer > with significant experience in optimizing ANSI C code using Code Composer > Studio's #pragma directives. The adaption software from an existing > Matlab-based adaptive system has been ported to C, and the C code needs to > be optimized primarily for execution speed but also for program size. > > The successful candidate will have at least one year of experience using > the 'C67x platform and must be able to describe how the various #pragma > directives improve the C compiler's ability to generate faster compiled > code. The candidate must also describe the code speed-ups obtained on > previous DSP code optimization tasks. > > Experience with adaptive systems and wireless communications is a plus. > Salary is competitive and depends on experience. Consultants are > preferred for this task, which is expected to take about 3 months. We > will, however, consider the right candidate for a permanent DSP software > engineering position. The candidate should live in the San Francisco Bay > Area. Our office is located in Palo Alto, CA. > > Interested candidates may forward their resume to awegener@ti.com. > Principals only, please (no recruiters). > > >
I would be interested but: (a) I haven't coded for the 67x (b) I'd have to live in California (c) you'd make me stop calling it "Code Composter". -- Tim Wescott Wescott Design Services http://www.wescottdesign.com Posting from Google? See http://cfaj.freeshell.org/google/
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> awegener wrote: > >> Texas Instruments is looking for an experienced TMS320C67x DSP programmer >> with significant experience in optimizing ANSI C code using Code Composer >> Studio's #pragma directives. The adaption software from an existing >> Matlab-based adaptive system has been ported to C, and the C code needs >> to >> be optimized primarily for execution speed but also for program size. >> >> The successful candidate will have at least one year of experience using >> the 'C67x platform and must be able to describe how the various #pragma >> directives improve the C compiler's ability to generate faster compiled >> code. The candidate must also describe the code speed-ups obtained on >> previous DSP code optimization tasks. >> >> Experience with adaptive systems and wireless communications is a plus. >> Salary is competitive and depends on experience. Consultants are >> preferred for this task, which is expected to take about 3 months. We >> will, however, consider the right candidate for a permanent DSP software >> engineering position. The candidate should live in the San Francisco Bay >> Area. Our office is located in Palo Alto, CA. >> >> Interested candidates may forward their resume to awegener@ti.com. >> Principals only, please (no recruiters). >> >> >> > I would be interested but: > > (a) I haven't coded for the 67x > (b) I'd have to live in California > (c) you'd make me stop calling it "Code Composter".
Perhaps they'd let you call it "Code Hoser" Best wishes, --Phil Martel
> > -- > > Tim Wescott > Wescott Design Services > http://www.wescottdesign.com > > Posting from Google? See http://cfaj.freeshell.org/google/