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DSP Engineer

Biamp Systems
Country of Position: 
United States
Contact Name: 
Maria Diaz
Subject Area: 
Speech and Language Processing
Start Date: 
August 22, 2019
Expiration Date: 
October 31, 2019
Position Description: 


Biamp Systems is seeking an intelligent and motivated DSP Engineer that is passionate about digital audio theory and algorithm implementation.  In this role, the DSP Engineer designs, develops, maintains, and tests DSP audio algorithms and applications used to provide novel solutions in teleconferencing, video conferencing, and sound reinforcement systems. The DSP Engineer may also contribute to audio centric machine learning projects, designing and creating data sets and managing machine learning infrastructure systems.

Essential Functions:

  • Design, recommend, and implement innovative audio DSP algorithms to meet product definition and feature requirements.  Develop modular, maintainable, and understandable code.  Debug logically and systematically
  • Develop Python based repeatable tests and simulations to evaluate the performance of advanced digital audio-conferencing algorithms, such as noise reduction, beamforming microphones, and acoustic echo cancellation.  Use objective measures to evaluate speech quality    
  • Prepare and design digital audio datasets for DSP and machine\deep learning projects.  Maintain, manage, and upgrade machine learning infrastructure systems and code bases   
  • Design and implement algorithms for digital audio (speech) feature extraction 
  • Use high level scripting languages to automate builds, releases, and unit tests of DSP code. 
  • Create written documentation of algorithm designs.  As needed, explain audio algorithm behavior to non-engineering audiences.   
  • Other duties as assigned by your Supervisor.


The successful candidate will possess the following combination of experience, knowledge and skills:

  • Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or equivalent, with focus on digital audio and signal processing preferred. 
  • 2-4 years of experience in a professional engineering development team.    
  • Fundamental understanding of digital audio theories and concepts.  Familiar with digital speech signal processing techniques.  Familiar with commonly used temporal & spectral features for audio (speech) signal analysis 
  • Proficient using MATLAB for audio signal processing analysis, filter design, prototyping, etc.
  • Proficient using Python and Numpy, Scipy, Matplotlib. 
  • Experience developing in Ubuntu Linux preferred
  • Proficient programming in ‘C’.  Experience with developing real-time (frame based) audio signal processing routines
  • Experience developing unit tests, and using automated test frameworks.  Experience with Jenkins preferred.   
  • Exposure to Deep\Machine learning, using Tensorflow\Keras, for speech processing preferred.
  • Familiar with software version control systems (prefer git) & bug tracking systems
  • Dedicated to working efficiently, independently, and within schedule. 

Work Environment:

  • Office environment.

Compensation and Benefits:

  • Biamp offers competitive pay plus fantastic benefits. We offer medical, dental, vision, and a 401(k)plan including match.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled

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