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 Post subject: RF/Microwave Design Engineer--Skyworks Solutions
Posted: Mon Mar 21, 2011 11:55 am 
 
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Joined: Mon Feb 21, 2011 7:24 pm
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Location: Cedar Rapids, IA

RF/microwave solid-state circuit design engineer, specifically with significant experience in power amplifier and multi-chip module board design including matching networks and/or filter design. The candidate will be part of a product development team composed of other design engineers, technicians, and layout designers to effectively plan and execute RF/analog IC and printed circuit board designs to meet critical deadlines within the cost and performance criteria provided by customers and marketing. The candidate will face challenging performance parameters in the design of power amplifiers, power control schemes and front-end module products for the very fast paced and competitive wireless handset market. Strong circuit simulation skills including HP ADS, Momentum/Sonnet, Cadence SpectreRF, HSPICE and/or PSPICE are necessary. The candidate also must be knowledgeable in the use of lab test equipment such as a Network Analyzer, Spectrum Analyzer, RF Generator, Power Meter, and Oscilloscope. The position requires a BSEE/MSEE with significant related experience.

BS Degree and 5 years of related experience (RF/analog - PA specifically - and MCM design experience.
Required Skills: Microsoft Office; Design simulation tool; Product Realization Process (taking design to final production); Knowledge of Design Architecture; Knowledge of test parameters and test equipment; and Device or Product Characterization Knowledge.

Preferred Skills:
MSEE preferred with directly related experience.
Strong circuit simulation skills including HP ADS, Momentum/Sonnet, Cadence SpectreRF, HSPICE and/or PSPICE are necessary. The candidate also must be knowledgeable in the use of lab test equipment such as a Network Analyzer, Spectrum Analyzer, RF Generator, Power Meter, and Oscilloscope. Experience working on a small team; having excellent communication skills and ability to present materials for design review or customer interaction.

deb.bunting@skyworksinc.com for more info.





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