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 Post subject: Sutron needs RF engineer in Sterling VA
Posted: Thu Nov 13, 2008 1:11 pm 
 
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Sutron is looking for a talented RF engineer to work in its R&D department. The position will allow you to help design and test RF, analog and digital circuitry for use in Sutron's sensors and communications products. If you have knowledge and experience with UWB, radar, antenna, RF you'll fit right in.

Applicants should have the following experience:

• Successful designs of low power RF circuitry including the transmitter, receiver, amplifier from 5 GHz - 8GHz.

• Bench testing, debugging and analysis of circuitry to determine if design meets functional and performance specifications.

• Strong working knowledge of discrete components such as capacitors, inductors, resistors, filters, chokes, PIN /Schottky diodes etc and performance over wide temperature and frequency ranges.

• Experience utilizing simulation software such as Eagleware/Agilent, • • ADS, Matlab, EMDS, PSpice, and EEsof or similar.

• BSEE or greater with 5 or more years experience.

And we won't complain if you have experience with:

• Board design and layout.

• UWB Radar circuitry.

• Antenna design.

• DSP

Citizenship not required.

For more information on Sutron, visit http://www.sutron.com

Please e-mail your resume and qualifications to jobs@sutron.com

Posted  11/12/2012

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