Associate RF Engineer Empower RF Systems
This is a hands-on technical position reporting to a Project Engineer or RF Engineer Manager with a supporting role in all activities of the Engineering Department. As an Associate RF Engineer at Empower, the incumbent will participate in the process from proposal to end of life in the design, development, and maintenance of High Power Solid-State Amplifiers and Systems targeted to the industrial, commercial and military markets. The incumbent will work with other engineers, managers, Product Management, QA, and Operations teams to develop innovative solutions that meet market needs with respect to functionality, performance, scalability, reliability, realistic implementation schedules, and adherence to development goals and principles.
RF High Power Solid-State Amplifier design, using 1 MHz to 6 GHz simulation design tools, such as HFSS and ADS.
High Power amplifier design using LDMOS, GaAs and GaN devices to > 1000W.
Validate and test new products and designs in the lab and participate in internal research and development of new RF technologies.
Design and perform amplifier characterization under high power conditions and the interaction of the amplifier integrated into the amp assembly.
Perform circuit analysis on simple to medium complexity analog, digital, and RF circuits.
Generate test procedures and schematic diagrams, and assist in design reviews under the guidance of senior engineers.
Resolve technical problems during test and integration phases.
Generate and review technical product documentation, including written documentation instructing customers in the use of delivered products.
Establish design criteria for the product, and determine material requirements, product operational capabilities and limitations.
Responsible for project management of his/her designs and assure the workflow hand offs to the various agents within the company.
Associate or Bachelor's degree in Engineering Science/Electrical Engineering required or equivalent experience.
A strong educational foundation that includes coursework and lab work in RF/Microwave theory and principles.
Knowledgeable in digital and analog electronics.
Experience in the use of RF/microwave measurement instruments such as spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, signal generators, and oscilloscopes.
Ability to interface with the customer, manufacturing, test, and technical subcontract technical personnel.
Knowledge of device and device technology. Skilled in the design, validation and characterization of analog circuits.
Good written and verbal communication skills and a strong desire to learn and contribute in a fast-paced environment.
Must be a flexible and motivated team player who is able to prioritize tasks, and communicate progress and issues effectively.
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