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Sr. Antenna Test Engineer
Honeywell Technology Solutions, Inc. Sr. Antenna Test Engineer (RF Engineer 3) Job ID: 00310803 Category: Engineering
Posted Date: April 14, 2016 Location: Columbia, MD, US
Sr. Antenna Test Engineer shall oversee and manage personnel and resources associated
with supporting antenna testing and environmental testing of systems on program.
duties shall include:
Act as technical resource regarding testing of antennas on antenna ranges to include far field,
spherical and planar near-field systems.
Develops and documents test procedures and schedules associated with conducting antenna and material
testing covering a wide frequency spectrum. Analyzes test results and provides formal test reports to
Develops and documents test procedures and schedules associated with conducting environmental testing
of systems and provides formal test reports to customers.
Sets up antennas for measurement to include test sequences. Operates antenna measurement equipment
to obtain test data. Adjusts systems to meet testing requirements.
Conducts special studies and investigations related to antenna project activities and recommends
changes as appropriate to enhance efficiency and meet changed or new requirements. Interfaces with industry
to keep abreast of latest technology and incorporates technological advances into program solutions.
Trains, directs and assists other engineering personnel to insure task objectives are completed
Serve as organizational subject matter expert regarding antenna performance measurements and materials
testing. Serves as subject matter expert in antenna performance and enhancements to improve efficiency.
Designs and modifies antennas and feeds using technical knowledge to meet customer requirements
May support the installation and upgrade of antenna systems at field locations.
B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering or other related science.
Minimum of thirteen years of experience relating to the field of antenna theory. At least 3 years
of antenna testing on an automated system utilizing a planar Near-field scanner, spherical Nearfield
scanner or far field measurement system.
Must have an active TS/SCI clearance with a Polygraph. Full Scope Polygraph is preferred, however
will consider candidates with a CI Polygraph.
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