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 Post subject: RF ATE Engineers
Posted: Wed Mar 16, 2011 8:48 am 
 
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Joined: Tue Mar 15, 2011 2:31 pm
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I have couple of openings for RF ATE engineers in my group. The details are listed below. Please email your profile to mthaduri@rfmd.com for immediate consideration.

- Work on the RF hardware and software for RF ATE.

- Involve in the design of the fixtures used in the test hardware.

- Support tester related issues in production and resolve them cross functionally with different groups.

Required Skills

- Strong RF test background

- Good problem solving skills and ability to multitask
Team player and quick learner

- Familiarity with high speed digital logic such as FPGA a plus

Required Experience

- Proficiency in all aspects of RF device test

- Experience with spectrum analyzer, network analyzers, power meters, and signal generators
Experience with all facets of RF measurements for digital modulation formats preferred

- Device driver programming for GPIB/PXI instrumentation

- Proficient in a high level programming language like C# .net.

Thanks.
Madan




Posted  11/12/2012
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