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This is a full-time position at the Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC), Fort Huachuca, AZ. The Candidate works in the Radio Test Facility (RTF) developing RF Test procedures and performing standards conformance testing on various Link 16 radio systems.
- Utilizes industry, military, and other standards to develop test procedures (e.g., SSS-M-10001, SS-J-10002, and STANAG 4175).
- Interfaces with other DOD and industry organizations in the development of test procedures.
- Validates all developed test procedures to insure compliance to standards and accuracy.
- Performs testing of radios and systems using developed plans and test, measurement, and diagnostic equipment.
- Writes reports and assessments based upon testing.
- Assists technicians in the operation and, maintenance and problem resolution of radios and systems.
- Develops automated test procedures utilizing LabView.
- Validates automated procedures.
- Trains technicians in the use of the automated procedures and provides engineering support during testing using the automated procedures.
- Candidate must have received a BS in ElectricalEngineering from an accredited college or university and 3 years of related work experience.
- One yearexperience can be substituted by 15 semester hours completed toward a Master’s degree in a technically related field.
- Two years of experience can be substituted by completion of a Master’s degree in a technically related field.
Must have in-depth knowledge of various modulation techniques to include AM, FM, FSK, and PSK. The candidate should be able to characterize modulation techniques and perform detailed and complex analysis on signals.
Experience and knowledge of Tactical Data Link (TDL) systems and their signaling techniques is required. Specific systems include But are not limited to: MIDS, MIDS-J, and Small Form Factor (SFF).
Must also be able to understand and perform basic spectrum analyzer measurements such as channel power, adjacent channel power, and occupied bandwidth, carrier to noise ratio, harmonic distortion, and inter-modulation distortion.