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Speech Research & Development Engineer

Digital Voice Systems, Inc.
Country of Position: 
United States
Contact Name: 
Paul Salvo
Subject Area: 
Speech and Language Processing
Signal Processing Theory and Methods
Audio and Acoustic Signal Processing
Start Date: 
09 April 2021
Expiration Date: 
09 July 2021
Position Description: 

Digital Voice Systems, Inc. (DVSI) is seeking a qualified Speech Research & Development Engineer at our office in Westford, MA.  This is a great opportunity to join our team of world class engineers in designing high quality voice compression technology that is implemented in hundreds of millions of telecommunication systems world-wide.

The ideal candidate will play a key role in the research and development of DVSI's next generation of digital speech compression technology including speech analysis; speech modeling; model parameter estimation; quantization; speech synthesis; error correction and mitigation methods; as well as, echo cancellation and noise reduction.

Desired Qualifications

•  Research and development experience in speech or audio

•  Knowledge of programming languages, i.e. C/C++, Matlab etc.

•  PhD (or equivalent) in Electrical Engineering or Software Engineering with an emphasis in Signal Processing

•  U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Residency required


•  Competitive salary

•  Benefits package

•  Excellent working environment

Company Background

Founded in 1988, Digital Voice Systems, Inc. (DVSI) is the world leader in the development of low data rate, high-quality speech compression products for use in digital mobile radio, satellite and other wireless communication systems. DVSI’s patented line of Multi-Band Excitation vocoders have been successfully implemented in a full range of private and standards-based digital communication systems worldwide.


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