Embedded engineers may also be referred to as embedded systems or embedded software engineers. They analyze and work on computer systems that also have a dedicated function in a bigger electrical or mechanical structure. The role is described as "embedded" because it touches code that's part of a device. This often includes mechanical parts and new hardware. Embedded engineers at times may collaborate with developers or analog engineers on schematic hardware selection, drawings and debugging. They may perform a review on code and technical documents. Planning compression scheme, as well as detection techniques for errors to improve input and reduce packet loss are other tasks of an embedded engineer. These techs can create scalable software systems. They know about implementing RF signals, debugging, maintaining code and testing in CANoe and CANalyzer simulation devices. These embedded engineers can be tasked with working on wireless routers, mobile phones and even washing machines They also have a good understanding of interrupts, writing code and software design. They're knowledgeable of C++, OS such as Windows CE, Linux and other applications.
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