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Custom MMIC Looking for a Senior MMIC Design Engineer

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Senior MMIC Design Engineer

March 28, 2019 - Custom MMIC, a leading independent microwave and millimeter wave circuit design center, seeks an experienced Senior MMIC Design Engineer to join their design team. The candidate should have a strong background in high frequency integrated circuit design (especially above 5 GHz) using a variety of GaAs and GaN semiconductor processes including, but not limited to: MESFET, PHEMT, mHEMT, and HBT. The candidate must be able to handle all aspects of circuit design, from specification review to simulation, layout, and prototype testing. Experience in amplifiers (low noise, drive, power), mixers, switches, phase shifters, and/or attenuators is required. This position requires significant independent work with minimal supervision. Green Card or US Citizenship is required.

Custom MMIC Looking for a Senior MMIC Design Engineer - RF CafeExperience, Skills and Education Required

10 years of RF Microwave and Millimeterwave MMIC product development with strong technical skills and BSEE degree (MSEE preferred) are required. Additional requirements are:

  • Strong fundamentals in electronics and circuit design: DC through millimeter wave applications.
  • Experience in RF circuit design: switches, amplifiers, converters, phase shifters.
  • Experience with the following software tools: ADS, Matlab, Sonnet, TAS, Excel.
  • Excellent communication and problem solving skills.
  • Experience working with high frequency test equipment including network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, power meters, synthesized signal sources, and wafer probers.

If you're passionate about offering the microwave industry the most advanced solutions and personal service, we'd love to hear from you. While there may not be the right opening today, we're always looking for talented team players. Custom MMIC has been recognized as a MMIC company to watch.

We offer an employee-empowered culture with competitive benefits and career advancement-plus the opportunity to be a part of some of the microwave industry's most exciting breakthroughs.

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

About Custom MMIC

From next-generation long range military radar systems, to advanced aerospace and satellite communications, microwave signal chains are being pushed to new limits - and no one understands this more than Custom MMIC. Founded in 2006 as a fabless RF and microwave MMIC designer, we've been entrusted by government and defense industry OEMs with their biggest microwave circuit challenges.

Today, we are a complete ISO-certified designer and supplier of the best MMICs in their class. We offer a rapidly growing family (now over 130 die and packaged devices!) of standardized high performance MMICs, while still offering custom design and delivery of unique solutions. We have longstanding relationships with world-class MMIC foundries, and offer the highest reliability, including military and space qualification.

We've recently invested in a modern engineering, testing and packaging facility, and are happy to be gaining industry recognition as one of the most responsive MMIC vendors by turning around requests for pricing, application support, and evaluation boards in a timely manner. Review our high performance "off-the-shelf" MMICs and custom design services and allow us to solve your various size, weight, performance, and cost (SWaP-C) challenges throughout your microwave signal chain. We're certain you'll find our costs and pricing model attractive, too.


Joseph Dussi

Custom MMIC

300 Apollo Drive

Chelmsford, MA  01824

Email: jdussi@custommmic.com

Phone: 978-467-4290

Web: www.custommmic.com



Posted March 29, 2019

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