You will work with a team of electrical hardware (RF, analog, mixed signal) and mechanical engineers, system engineering, manufacturing and service engineers to take products from concept through design into production using sound design approaches to meet the needs of customers and their demanding environment.In this role as Electronic Hardware Designer you will be responsible for the design, realization, integration and verification of FPGA firmware in the MR Acquisition Sub-System based on design specifications in accordance with the functional specifications. In a nutshell;Deliver high quality FPGA design starting from requirements management till introduction in the factoryDocument development efforts for the subsystem, component or module, including requirements, specifications, plans, reviews, test procedures, and test reportsCoordinate, support and execute product tests to provide a traceable verification of the productWith a growing presence in cardiology, oncology, and women's health, Philips operates in the areas of Imaging Systems, Patient Care & Clinical Informatics, Home Healthcare and Customer Services. Philips combines its clinical expertise and human insights to create innovative solutions across the continuum of care, in partnership with clinicians and our customers, to provide better value and expand access to care for millions. Our teams are working hard every day to improve patient outcomes all the way from disease prevention and screening to diagnosis, treatment, therapy monitoring, and disease management. Irrespective of whether the care cycle takes the patient from doctor's office to hospital or hospital to home, or simply from one medical department to another, Philips Healthcare's unique medical solutions are designed to optimize the quality and flow of patient information and clinical decision making.You will be part of the R&D organization in the business unit Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) within Philips Healthcare. The business unit MRI is a leading supplier for 1st line screening technology in Hospitals. MRI is one of the youngest and most innovative imaging technologies and is growing not only in applications but also in complexity of the system and acquisition techniques. It is the most suitable technology for soft tissue imaging due to its non-invasive nature. Imaging of neurologic and musculoskeletal structures is of key importance for our MRI products. The MRI R&D organization is responsible for hardware and software development including specification, integration, verification, validation and approbation of components from internal and external suppliers. The Data Acquisition System Hardware group develops and maintains MRI control and acquisition systems. The team consists of Analog and Digital Hardware Engineers.As an Electronic Hardware Designer you will design and develop hardware for the control and acquisition subsystem for MR products for hospital and outpatient radiology facilities. A Bachelor or Master in Electrical or Electronics Engineering At least 5 years’ experience in electronic hardware development and/or FPGA firmware development, preferably in a (safety) regulated industry such as medical devices, gas appliances, aviation equipment etc. Experience in the following: Electronic design - high speed digital/FPGA/DSPModelling and simulation of electronic designs (SPICE, MatLab)Implementation of digital signal processing functions (DDS, NCO, DDC, SDR)Digital networking/connectivity: fiber optics, Ethernet, RS232, USBFPGA design tools from Xilinx (VIVADO) and MicroSemi (IGLOO2)Strong communication skills Furthermore, you’re a disciplined team worker and are familiar working in multidisciplinary multi-cultural teams. You have an accurate and quality mind-set and are able to work independently with a pro-active personality.