Embedded Systems December 2000 Vol13_13

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QUALCONN\ this Step right into the future. We continually open doors to new ideas and developments that significantly impact the way the world communicates. Our visionary focus has made QUALCOMM a world leader in digital wireless communications. We currently have the following opportunities in our Wireless Business Solutions (QWBS) division in San Diego. QWBS sets the standard for the transportation industry. Over 1,200 U.S. fleets use our products to communicate with drivers, monitor vehicle locations and provide superior customer service. We also integrate mobile data with operations software, such as dispatch, payroll and accounting, so you can manage information rather than just collect it. Software Engineers We need Software Engineers to develop and .maintain firmware in a medium-volume mobile voice and data terminal that is used in the commercial trucking industry. Must be a self-starter, experienced with real-time multi-tasking environments, familiar with 80x86 processor family, fluent in C and 80x86 assembly, and have an ability to work closely with hardware and software developers in a fast-paced environment. Requires a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or related fie ld. Familiarity with digital hardware design, serial data links and their drivers, and UDP/ IP/ PPP protocols a plus. We built OUI success on Innovation, and we'le not stopping. Challenge yourself with the company that's always setting the pace. For more infonnation on QUAlCOMM and all our open positions, or to apply on line, visit: You may also send us your resume. Please mention Dept. Code ESP048 on all submittals. 415 . 278.5223 EMAIL: FAX: (888) 349-4155 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER MAIL: QUALCOMM Human Resources P.O. Box 919013 San Diego, CA 92191-9013 Wes t C o a s t S a l es Sam Louis Advertise in Embedded Systems Programming's career section! E as t Coast S ales Etta Cohen 781.839 . 12 33 Ca lif o rn ia S a l es Molly Bruns 415.278 . 5298 178 DECEMBER 2000 Embedded Systems Programming

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