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Triad RF Systems, was formed in 2010 with the objective to solve the problem of high power amplifiers (HPAs) being the Achilles heel in most RF radios. We have solutions for integrating high performance HPAs into sophisticated RF subsystems and systems without sacrificing efficiency and linearity. Triad RF Systems serves all areas of the RF and Microwave industries including military, satellite and commercial communications. Our solutions can also be found in medical, home land security, digital video broadcast, aviation and commercial wireless applications. Our products operate from 10 MHz to 20 GHz.
RF Technician / Test Engineering Opportunity
This opportunity is open to either new EE / EET electronics graduates, experienced RF / Wireless technicians with 1 year min experience seeking a full or part time job, or current EE / EET students seeking a paid internship or a part time / co-op job.
If applying as a student, you should be a sophomore grade level or higher pursuing an EET or related degree. Also, must have coursework or knowledge of basic electrical circuits / concepts and the use of standard EE lab equipment (multimeter, oscilloscope). Those pursuing other degrees that are related to electronics or computer & electrical engineering are also welcome to apply.
The RF Test and general engineering technician will work primarily in product test where RF amplifiers are tested and tuned prior to shipment. No experience is necessary and all training will be provided, however, it is necessary that the applicant be proficient in basic electrical concepts and circuits (e.g. simple bipolar transistor circuits, etc.). In addition to RF test the job involves assisting design engineering with parts purchases, light electronic assembly (prototyping) and engineering documentation and database update tasks.
Location & Contact Info:
Triad RF Systems
180 Tices Ln, Bldg A Ste 107
East Brunswick, NJ 08816
855-558-1001 x 235
Posted November 4, 2013