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bugsy
 Post subject: RF carrer for baseband engineer.
Posted: Mon Oct 26, 2009 10:42 pm 
 
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hi RF gurus,
Thank you for reading my post. I wanted some help on figuring if a career in RF was right for me. I have a MS in EE and nine years experince in baseband communication system design (mod/demod, error correcting codes, MIMO, OFDM etc.). I also have expert knowledge in CDMA and LTE. I want to move to california (from NY) within next six months. Unfortunately, jobs in my areas of expertise have all but dried up. I was looking to update my skill so that more job opputrtunity open up for me. I found RF system design to be an attractive alternative.
Will self learning RF system design(in addition to my current expertise) open up oppurtunities? I realise circuit design is beyond my scope but i am not too choosy about the kind of work: I just want a foot hold in california.
Please advise.
Thanks


 
   
 
IR
 Post subject: Re: RF carrer for baseband engineer.
Posted: Sat Dec 05, 2009 3:15 pm 
 
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Hello bugsy,

The direction you want to pursue is excellent. From my experience in various telecommunication companies (Qualcomm is one among them), there is a shortage of system engineering who posses both baseband (DSP, Phy layer etc) & RF system knowledge. So if you can get additional RF system level knowledge by yourself it is great. Do not worry about lack of experience in circuit design, there are plenty of engineers in the market for that.

Good luck!

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 Post subject: Re: RF carrer for baseband engineer.
Posted: Thu Mar 22, 2012 5:11 pm 
 
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