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adi
Post subject: Budding RF Engg Posted: Thu Oct 28, 2004 11:58 pm
Hi,

I am a Masters student in EE with focus on wireless engg and will be graduating in May'05. I am NOT into IC design and want to work in RF systems engg, planning and optimization. I interned this summer at a telecom consultant company where I learned MapInfo, did data post processing and drive tested CDMA network, I realized that most of the softwares used in the RF industry are proprietary and you cannot learn them in school. My question is what kind of an entry level position should I look for? Are there any companies which gives training to new grads?

thanks
Adi


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Guest
Post subject: ???Posted: Sat Oct 30, 2004 4:58 pm
in today's economy very hard to get training, more like you will be forced to work from day one.


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EE major
Post subject: hiPosted: Sun Oct 31, 2004 2:30 pm

Captain

Joined: Sun Oct 31, 2004 2:24 pm
Posts: 5
Location: Orlando
Hi,

Cud u tell me where u worked as an intern?? I saw this job on monster...

http://jobsearch.monster.com/getjob.asp ... =&fn=&q=RF

EE major


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Guest
Post subject: Re: hiPosted: Sun Oct 31, 2004 5:23 pm
EE major wrote:
Hi,

Cud u tell me where u worked as an intern?? I saw this job on monster...

http://jobsearch.monster.com/getjob.asp ... =&fn=&q=RF

EE major


I interned at LCC Inc, VA


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Guest
Post subject: Posted: Tue Nov 30, 2004 1:39 pm
How is feeling in LCC? It doesn't give you permanent position?
Have you tried WFI?





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