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pavan

Post subject: Prospects of RF Design Engineer openings. Posted: Wed Nov 30, 2005 12:24 pm

Hi,

I am about to finsih my MS in Communications. I see many RF Design Engineer openings pertaining to cell planning, RF Propagation principles whose requirements are knowledge of basic RF propagation principles,excel database management and Mapinfo. I am confused on whether this is a good way to start a career in RF. Please help

Pavan

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mshafer

Post subject: Recipe for SuccessPosted: Thu May 04, 2006 5:16 pm

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Joined: Thu Aug 04, 2005 3:49 pm

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Location: Overland Park, Kansas

1. Regardless of the job you do, commit yourself to a defined and rigorous learning plan

2. Choose your boss carefully and ensure you understand how much value he or she will add to you - are they a task master or a coach who wants the best for you and the company?

3. Positive attitude is key - no matter the challenge - folks who don't give up and are positive rarely ever truely fail

4. Seek feedback from those around you to ensure you are aware of your true strengths and weaknesses - technically and behaviorally

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