In this role, you will be responsible for sample testing and specifies tests to be performed. Compiles data and defines changes required in testing equipment, testing procedures, manufacturing processes, or new testing requirements.
This role will include technology and device development at a foundry, TCAD simulations, RF and DC device characterization, and layout optimization using innovative device concepts to deliver next generation performance.
The Microwave Engineer position is responsible for the design, engineering, implementation and optimization of the Pacific Northwest microwave network; responsible for the analysis of the microwave network to determine capacity requirements and improve reliability.
In this role, you will include data analysis and review at each level of integration, creation of new analyst tools, development and presentation of packages for internal and NASA customer reviews, and coordination amongst a variety of disciplines during troubleshooting activities.
The RF Engineer will be responsible for RF Engineering Design and Optimization of LTE Macro and Small Cells. He/She will be responsible for designing, optimizing, analyzing and improving performance of CDMA and LTE networks.
The RF ATE Test Development Engineer will develop ATE test solutions, both hardware and software, used for ATE testing of RF Receivers/Transmitters/Transceiver, analog, and mixed signal ASICs devices for cellular applications.