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Positions for designers in semiconductor company in Athens

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From: "HR-Net News Distribution Manager" <dist@hri.org>

Originally From: Theodore Varelas <t.varelas@thetamicro.com>

THETA S.A., wholly owned subsidiary of Theta Micrelectronics Inc, is a privately held fabless semiconductor company with its European R&D center located in Athens, Greece.

Theta Microelectronics has established itself as a successful provider of Intellectual Property and design services focused on the development of advanced OFDM radio frequency integrated circuits (RFIC transceivers) for mobile and fixed wireless broadband data connectivity applications.

THETA has proven track record and strong customer basis both in USA and Europe. THETA focuses on the development of products of wireless broadband mobile data connectivity ("quad play") applications.

THETA has opening for: RFIC and Analog designers

a. with minimum 2 years experience

b. Knowledge of OFDM and WCDMA systems is an asset

Should you think you would like to work in a fast growing and dynamic organization contact us at: contact@thetamicro.com. THETA offers competitive salaries and an aggressive stock option plan.

CONTACT INFORMATION.

THETA S.A. Astronafton 2, Marousi 15125, Greece, Phone: +30 210 6816469, fax: +30 210 6819184, e-mail:i contact@thetamicro.com.


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