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Is Your Company Hiring Engineers?
Yes, many openings    9%  [ 1 ]
Yes, a couple    36%  [ 4 ]
No, frozen    36%  [ 4 ]
No, we are laying off    9%  [ 1 ]
Do not know    9%  [ 1 ]
I am unemployed    0%  [ 0 ]

Total votes : 11

 Post subject: Is Your Company Hiring Engineers?
Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2008 11:21 am 
 
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 Post subject: Re: Is Your Company Hiring Engineers?
Posted: Wed Feb 18, 2009 12:34 am 
 
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Our company designs communications equipment for divers (scuba, snorkle) to keep in touch during a dive. For distances of about 50 meters a combination of RF and acoustics methods are used. A sensor determines which method to use. It's a great system for searching shipwrecks, coral reefs, or shallow areas with a lot of vegetation. We could use an RF designer, but I'll need to check with the my manager to see if I can give you the company name and location. If you love exploring during a dive and would rather not have to resort to hand signals, you will love this. We have a patent pending now.




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