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Sequoia Communications

Post subject: Applications Engineer needed! Posted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 8:07 pm

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Location: San Diego, CA

Sequoia Communications, one of California's Best Places to work for 2007, is looking for a Senior RF Applications Engineer to join our team!! If you are interested please email

michelle@sequoiacommunications.com

Senior RF Applications Engineer

Job Description

Sequoia seeks an experienced “phone level” RF applications engineer to provide lab testing and optimization of Sequoia RF transceiver products.

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This individual will be responsible for

-Identifying and solving integration issues.

-Design and analysis of board level RF circuits

-Measuring the reference board performance and analyzing the results.

-Creating and maintaining supporting documentation [Datasheets, app. notes etc].

-Interfacing to the design team to explain board level issues.

Requirements

-Minimum of 5 years experience in RF/Wireless applications and/or design.

-Experience with GSM/EDGE and WCDMA cellular standards.

-Experience with ATE usage and some Vee/Labview coding.

-Strong lab and board skills.

-Strong interpersonal skills.

-BS or greater in electronic engineering

Desired skills

-Willingness to travel domestically and internationally.

-Familiarity for ADS, Momentum and PCB design Tools.

-Strong skills in Vee coding for ATEs highly desirable.

-Good Technical writing ability.

-Working knowledge of power amplifiers, filters, and other related components.

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