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RF / MW Engineer needed in Long Island NY - RF Cafe Forums

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Post subject: RF / MW Engineer needed in Long Island NY Posted: Tue May 13, 2008 5:23 pm


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RF/Microwave Test Engineer - Full Time postion available on Long Island,NY.
Will consider entry level through experienced applicants.

Duties and Responsibilities

- Test and tune RF/Microwave Devices, up to 35 GHz
- Troubleshoot production microwave integrated systems to the component level
- Documentation of specifications and changes made to hardware
- Characterization of devices
- Frequency domain testing including Vector Network Analyzers, Spectrum Analyzers and S-parameters
- Evaluate mechanical, electrical, and thermal performance of components and systems
- Set up and maintain lab space, tools, and materials of a hardware R&D lab
- Monitor and maintain production flow and inventory
- Interface with component manufacturers to replenish stock for production


- Bachelors or Masters in Electrical / Computer Engineering ( BSEE, BSCE, MSEE or MSCE) or similar
- Undergraduate / Graduate coursework in RF / Microwave / Radar Engineering
- Possess a strong electrical / electronics engineering aptitude
- Candidates must be a United States citizen for security clearance purposes
- Very high level of attention to detail; noticing and responding to contributory factors
- Excellent communication and documentation skills

Additional Desired Skills

- Ideally a minimum of two years experience in RF / Microwave Engineering.
- Experience performing hands on product design, development and implementation
- Solid understanding of typical lab test equipment such as Spectrum Analyzers, Vector Network Analyzers, Oscilloscopes, Noise Figure meters, Frequency sources and data acquisition systems
- Design and implementation of FPGA’s using VHDL
- Ability to implement digital content into designs
- Good understanding of the physics underlying electrical, electronic, mechanical and thermal devices.
- Able to read and understand mechanical drawings and electronic schematics.
- Rework skills that include soldering/de-soldering of SMT devices
- Familiarity with AutoCad, MW Office, Iso Pro softwares
- Experience using circuit prototyping routers
- Knowledge of quality standards such as ISO 9000:2000, J-STD-001, IPC-610 is a plus.

Please send resumes to:
36 Central Ave
Hauppauge, NY 11788

Post approved by Kirt Blattenberger

Posted  11/12/2012
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