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Job opening with KDPOF: Electronic Laboratory Technician

Tasks and Responsibilities

You will be in charge of verifying the operation of analog and digital electronic circuits using measurement equipment and analysis and configuration software systems.

  • Execution of tests with different equipment (ATE, oscilloscopes, sources, multimeters protocol/spectrum/network analyzers, microscope, etc.).
  • Operations related to stress tests (use of ovens, preconditioning of parts to be tested, etc.).
  • Preparation of test reports.
  • Laboratory master (keeping things in place, replenishing consumables, etc.).
  • Skill in soldering operations with SMD components.
  • Firmware update tasks, maintenance, and internal checks of laboratory equipment.

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Tasks and Responsibilities

Person in charge of production test continuous improvement, analysis of production data and product reliability assurance. The responsibilities of the Production Engineer include:

  • Improvement of the test programs used in production, to optimize the test time, coverage and yield, while guaranteeing product reliability
  • Analysis of production data (test results, PCM, etc.)
  • Processing of wafer test data for generation of wafer maps used for assembly
  • Definition of test flows for specification of parametric limits and criteria for functional pass/fail
  • Participation in the definition and execution of reliability tests and qualification flows

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Display of High-speed Data Communications at IEEE SA Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Day

KDPOF has displayed their high-speed connectivity solutions for the communications in vehicle data networks at the IEEE SA Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Days from November 3 to 4, 2021 in Munich, Germany, and online. Optical connectivity perfectly solves the electrical challenges and interference in vehicles thanks to its low weight, low cost, and electromagnetic compatibility due to inherent galvanic isolation. Read more

Extensive evaluation kit EVK9351AUT from KDPOF eases project start for optical gigabit connectivity in vehicles

KDPOF presents the new extensive evaluation kit EVK9351AUT for a quick and easy project launch of optical gigabit connectivity in vehicles. “Our new EVK9351AUT equips carmakers, suppliers, and test houses to fully evaluate the KDPOF automotive transceivers KD9351 and KD1053 for automotive optical 1000BASE-RHC PHY implementation,” explained Carlos Pardo, CEO and Co-founder of KDPOF. “We thus support our recently announced new integrated KD9351 Fiber Optic Transceiver (FOT) for comprehensive evaluation.” Read more

KDPOF proudly announces that Funzin, software development and edge AI solution company, have integrated their KD1053 IC and integrated KD9351 FOT (fiber optic transceiver) in the new Funzin AIoT Platform “FAIP 3.0” and Edge AI Device “Photon” for automotive. “An automated driving car requires networks capable of controlling and processing a great deal of sensor data,” explained Ms. Deuk Hwa Kim, CEO/President of Funzin. “Our automotive network solution features an Ethernet backbone environment based on plastic optical fiber (POF) to eliminate electronic wave interference.” Read more

Multi-gigabit Networking Demands Complete Optical Communications System - WEKA Bordnetz-Kongress 2021

At the virtual Wire Harness Congress (Bordnetz-Kongress) by WEKA Publishing on September 22, 2021, KDPOF displayed the status of optical multi-gigabit connectivity in vehicles. In their presentation, Juergen Schachtschneider, Automotive Manager Central Europe & Greater China, and César Esteban, Applications & Support Manager, proposed a complete optical communications system, which is under development by KDPOF and their industry partners.
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EPIC New Product Event Featuring KDPOF’s Integrated KD9351 FOT

At the Members New Product Release Event by EPIC (European Photonics Industry Consortium) on 18 January 2022 at 16:00 CET, César Esteban will present our integrated KD9351 FOT that reduces cost for gigabit connectivity, thus providing efficient optical technology for safe backbone and ADAS sensor links in vehicles.
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KDPOF displays High-speed Data Communications at IEEE SA Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Week

At the IEEE SA Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Week from November 3 to 4, 2021 in Munich, Germany, and online, KDPOF will display their high-speed connectivity solutions for the communications in vehicle data networks. Optical connectivity perfectly solves the electrical challenges and interference in vehicles thanks to its low weight, low cost, and electromagnetic compatibility due to inherent galvanic isolation.

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Demo setup of the optical multi-gigabit system solution from KDPOF for in-vehicle connectivity

Together with several industry leaders, KDPOF is working on an optical automotive multi-gigabit system that will fulfill the needs of future connected and automated vehicles. Instead of various port components, the new solution provides a single, complete package. “As the auto industry approaches the 50 Gb/s*m speed-length threshold, the move from copper to optical physical data transmission media is becoming mandatory,” stated Carlos Pardo, CEO and Co-founder of KDPOF. “Optical is the engineering-wise path for higher data rates.” The new connector systems are very small, lightweight and extremely inexpensive compared to the previous ones. With the comprehensive EVK9351AUT evaluation kit, automotive manufacturers and suppliers can already test the new configuration at 1 Gbit/s today. KDPOF thus supports easy project entry into optical gigabit connectivity for a secure Ethernet backbone and ADAS sensor connections in vehicles. Read more