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 Post subject: RF/Microwave Engineer -ViaSat
Posted: Mon Sep 12, 2011 1:48 pm 
 
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RF/Microwave Engineer

Location: Phoenix, AZ

Employment Category: Full-time

How to Apply: Please apply to requisition 5471 on our website www.viasat.com/careers.

Job Responsibilities: The design, development and test of 1 to 90 GHz MMICs and multi-chip modules for existing products and advanced new product development programs. Design work to include power amplifiers, low noise amplifiers, mixers, oscillators, filters and IC packages. MMIC design work on state of the art GaAs and GaN foundry processes. Employee will work on a collaborative team of electrical, mechanical, manufacturing and test engineers to ensure successful product development and transfer to production.

Experience/Skills Required: Experience/Skills Required Experience in GaAs MMIC design. Experience in amplifier, filter, mixer or oscillator design. Experience in module and/or IC packaging design. General knowledge of system design. Experience with ADS necessary. Experience with HFSS, IE3D, Sonnet or other electromagnetic simulators also preferred. MSEE and 8+ years experience preferred. Good understanding of RF/microwave circuit fundamentals. Experience with ADS and EM simulation tools. Working knowledge of RF test equipment. Good teamwork, communication and problem solving skills.

Citizenship requirements: US Citizenship Required

Clearance requirement: No

Travel Required: Up to 10 percent

About ViaSat, Inc: Digital Communication Products for Commercial and Government

Markets

ViaSat is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. U.S. Citizenship or Lawful Permanent Residence status may be required for some projects. Verification of citizenship required upon accepting employment.

ViaSat produces innovative satellite and other digital communication products that enable fast,

secure, and efficient communications to any location. We bring today's new communication

applications to people out of reach of terrestrial networks, in both the commercial and

government sectors, with a variety of networking products:

Satellite networks for fixed-site and mobile communications

Satellite antenna systems

Wireless datalinks and terminals for combat situational awareness

Information security for military networking

Mobile IP networking for soldiers

Communication microprocessor chipsets

Application and communication acceleration

Satellite network system design

Communication simulation and training systems

Consumer satellite broadband services

Recognized for Growth and Stability

ViaSat is well known as a successful, innovative, high-growth company:

Three-time INC. 500 as a private company

Hannover Fairs ISCe2004 Satellite Industry Award for Innovation and Technology

CEO Mark Dankberg Via Satellite “2003 Satellite Executive of the Year”

BusinessWeek "100 Best Small Corporations"


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