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Post subject: RF/Systems Engineer opportunities-Ohio Posted: Wed Jan 11, 2006 11:02 am
Joined: Mon Mar 21, 2005 9:48 am
Location: Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio
Engineering studies, analysis and testing of airborne radar, missiles and electronic countermeasures to include system level, functional block level and component level investigations; Test planning, design , and execution to support analysis activities; Design of Electronic one-of-a-kind special Analog/Digital interfaces, instrumentation systems, and supporting software/firmware; Use standard laboratory electronic test equipment (i.e oscilloscopes, multimeters, power meters, etc) and complex test equipment (i.e spectrum analyzers, logic analyzers, network analyzers etc.) to perform job function; Generate comprehensive documentation to include reports, presentation materials, and general data illustration of test and analysis activities; Support study efforts of infrastructure updates.
Hands-on Electronic hardware experience through design, development, analysis or test…These are technical people that might of managed small projects but played a technical role; Current knowledge of electronic components; Use of CAD tools such as Matlab, Simulink, Protel, Cadance, Mathcad, PADS, etc.; Experience with Airborne Radar, Air-to-Air missiles, Air-to-Ground missiles; Adept in the use of Modeling and Simulation tools; RF and digital electronics background; Systems analysis background
Security Clearance required: SECRET
Education Required: Bachelors in EE, CE, Physics
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