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Post subject: Aethercomm is Looking for an RF Engineer - Update Posted: Mon Mar 10, 2008 5:33 pm

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Greetings:

Aethercomm has just announced the need for a Sr. RF Engineer in their San Marcos, CA, location.

Update: Three new positions have just been announced
- Electronic Component Engineer
- Senior Embedded Design Engineer
- Quality Engineer

Aethercomm is a supplier of high power linear and pulsed RF, microwave, and millimeter wave amplifiers for military, satellite communications, and commercial wireless
customers both domestic and international.

Responsibilities Include:
Performing RF module and system level design and supporting the manufacturing effort; interfacing with customers and preparing reports.

Skills:
-2+ years PA design experience, including design and development of RF power amplifiers employing GaAs, GaN, SiC, Silicon Bipolar, LDMOS, VDMOS or MIMIC technologies
-Experience with frequencies between 20 MHz to 20 GHz is highly desirable.
-Experience with power levels from 1 watt to 1000+ watts is also desired.
-Other RF design capabilities such as receiver, transmitter, filter, frequency translation, and high power combining are a plus.
-Maintain current and accurate design documentation.
-Prepare electronic designs as required to meet commitments of the Company with minimal supervision.
-Provide engineering support to the test and production departments, as required.
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills a must.

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Thanks for looking.

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