Qualcomm India Bangalore Development Center is setting up a dedicated team to cater to the Connected Infotainment segment as part of a global Qualcomm Automotive initiative across sites/continents. This is an exciting opportunity which combines cutting edge Wireless, Multimedia and Embedded technologies and brings them together for a new market vertical. As a key player in the connected car programs of the worlds leading automakers for more than a decade, Qualcomm is transforming the relationship between your car and your digital lifestyle. Connectivity integrated with the latest infotainment systems makes travel more safe, enjoyable and efficient. With 4G LTE Advanced Wi-Fi hotspots, wireless multimedia streaming, real-time 3D navigation with traffic and available parking spot finder, both passengers and drivers gets rich user experience
3~8 Years work experience in embedded software and/or driver development. Candidate should be detail-oriented and have strong analytical and debugging skills, strong communication skills (written and verbal), working with teams across multiple time zones. Extremely strong knowledge of C/C++ programming is mandatory. Solid working knowledge of Android P and Android Q versions, thorough understanding of Android Audio Framework, Audio HAL, ALSA and DSP drivers.
Solid understanding of ARM assembly language and low-level software/hardware interface design, debugging is a plus. Fluent in industry standard software development tools: debuggers, code revision control systems (GIT, Perforce), IDEs and build tools
Excellent knowledge of Audio and voice encoder formats – MP3, AAC, WMA, AC3, Dolby Digital, DTS, FLAC, AMR, EVRC, QCELP, etc. Having an insight into Video standards – H.265, H.264, VP9, VP10, MPEG-4, MPEG-2, VC-1 would be a plus. Experience in audio/video processing pipeline implementation for media applications (playback, capture, transcoding, streaming, voice call, analog audio codecs/ADIE, software defined radio, satellite radio, etc.). Experience in Audio/Video pre- and post-processing algorithms for subjective quality enhancement – such as: EC/NS, ANC, ICC, MBDRC, limiter, AGC, SRC, speech recognition, noise cancellation, natural language recognition, multi-mic, multi-speaker algorithms, etc.; motion compensation estimation, deinterlacing is a plus.
Engineering in CS or ECE