Responsibilities include CMOS design and analysis of low noise analog circuit blocks, low power analog to digital conversion, high speed RF, analog, and digital signal transmission, and concept generation of high frame rate mega-pixel infrared imaging arrays.
The successful applicant will become part of a small, diverse team of system developers tasked with creating next generational Avionics, Communications, and embedded system capabilities and providing technical support to existing, fielded systems.
Compiles and analyzes data (temperature, pressures, speed, horsepower, fuel consumption, etc.)and defines changes required in testing equipment, testing procedures, manufacturing processes, or new testing requirements.
The candidate will work with a group of analog/RF IC design experts in development of cellular-band LNA's that have multiple LNA cores, RF switches, attenuators, controller, and various RF and analog functional blocks integrated.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for participating in trade studies, creating and maintaining ICDs (interface control documents), and coordination with subcontractors and other Integrated Product Teams.
The scope of the avionics engineering team includes: flight avionics hardware; signal conditioning; data acquisition; actuator control; RF communication; wire harnesses; vehicle guidance, navigation, control; fault tolerance; ground-support electronics hardware and software; and integrated vehicle health monitoring.
In this role, you will perform accurate and precise real-time analysis and correlation of logs/alerts from a multitude of client devices with a focus on the determination of whether said events constitute security incidents.