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RF Metrology Engineer

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Metrology Engineer

Engineering | Hillsboro, OR, United States

Position Summary:

  • Work in close communication and cooperation with design, modeling, and process engineering teams; to develop, implement and support best-in-industry Electronic Design Automation (EDA) tools, and device technologies, used in RFIC and MMIC product design.

  • Setup and execute various RF, microwave and mm-wave device measurements, including DC, S-parameter, pulsed I-V, pulsed S-parameter, noise parameter, load-pull, and Nonlinear Vector Network Analyzer (NVNA) measurements, primarily on-wafer measurements with some mounted fixture measurements, for device characterization, model parameter extraction, and model verification.

  • Design, set up, and verify test systems and computer control programs for various measurements; execute the measurements, and / or guide engineering technicians to execute the measurements.

  • Process, verify and analyze the measured data; produce clear concise presentations and reports.

  • Heavy initial focus on load-pull measurement development, setup and execution.

  • Applications include, but are not limited to, cellular telephone, WLAN/WiFi, and point-to-point communications.

  • Devices for test include, but are not limited to, discrete transistors of various technologies (GaAs HBT, GaAs pHEMT, SOI, SiGe, GaN), power amplifiers, RF switches, low noise amplifiers and related components.

  • BSEE with 5 years experience in RF and microwave measurements required.

  • Masters or PhD in Electrical Engineering preferred.

  • Proven expertise with load-pull measurement systems and measurements required.

  • Proficient with various RF and microwave measurements: DC, small-signal, large-signal, noise, pulsed.

  • Proficient with RF and microwave test equipment: linear and nonlinear vector network analyzers, spectrum analyzers, automated tuners, signal generators, power meters, other related test equipment, components and systems.

  • Proficient with Windows, Linux, C/C++ programming, data manipulation, and general problem solving.

  • Familiarity with RF & microwave circuit design, device modeling, and semiconductor device physics.

  • Familiarity with EDA programs such as Agilent ADS.

  • Good verbal and written communication skills.

We’re on the Verge of Something Big. And You Can Be a Part of It!

Join TriQuint in the quest to transform how the world communicates. Our RF technology is vital to taking mobile devices and networks infrastructure content to exciting new levels. We believe that innovation and great ideas come from all areas of the company. So, whether you work in manufacturing, administration or engineering, your role at TriQuint has a significant impact on this communications revolution. Our company is global, diverse and passionate about making a difference. We’ve earned recognition as one of the “Top Ten Most Admired Technology Companies in Oregon,” and’s “Most Trustworthy Companies.” Take a look around to see what we have to offer. Apply today. We’re eager to make you a part of it

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Jeff Broderick
TriQuint Semiconductor

Posted  12/10/2012