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Post subject: antenna designer interview questions
Posted: Thu Feb 17, 2005 12:30 pm
I'm an RF/Microwave engineer, a recent grad., with very little antenna design exp. The only
antenna design experience i have(if you can call it that) is feed network of phased arrays made up of
phase shifters for X-band radar apps at my current position. I am interviewing for a microwave/antenna
design position next week. They already know I am inexperienced per our phone interview, but I was just
wondering if anyone had any tips on interview questions an employer might ask for this kind of position?
I know its vague but I was just wondering what I should brush up on as 'basics' in the field since they
know that I am a novice, but are expecting some knowledge. Thanks in advance for any help!