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As a Protocol NAS/upper-layers (non-access stratum) Firmware Engineer in Pixel Testing Engineering, you'll focus on carrier feature development/customization, integration, and performance enhancement of modem NAS/upper-layers features on Android devices. You will work closely with Pixel software teams and chipset vendors, and be the point of contact for all debugging, analyzing and fixing modem NAS issues from certification, field testing and customers in the region. In this role you'll also be responsible for validating the function and performance of NAS/upper-layers features for Pixel projects to guarantee the modem software quality.
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