Senior RF Applications Engineer
Irvine, CA 92618
Company develops monolithic, digitally-controlled capacitor-arrays for high performance antenna tuners, dynamic impedance matching networks, broadband programmable filters, phase shifters for several communication applications, and other RF tuning applications. The capacitors are built using proprietary MEMS technology combined into a CMOS or SOI process flow. The successful candidate for the RF Applications Engineer position will be a responsible for designing and prototyping advanced RF components and modules using Company's tunable capacitors, providing customer support through complete product development cycle from requirements analysis, system integration, troubleshooting, and manufacturing.
Design and prototype advanced applications including reference designs and demonstrations based on RF MEMs capacitive tuners
Design, build and test customer evaluation boards
Implement the Voice of the Customer: Map system requirements into component specifications and vice versa.
Provide technical inputs to product roadmaps, including developing bench marks of competitive products or technology Perform circuit design and analysis using RF and EM modeling tools
Expert understanding of RF systems and knowledge of cellular and wireless standards
Expert background in modeling and designing of RF components and modules such as filters, phase shifters, antenna tuners, matching networks, and other applications
Expert knowledge of RF system modeling tools such as Keysight’s ADS, SystemView, and MWO
Knowledge of Electromagnetic modeling tools such as Ansys’s HFSS or CST.
Expert knowledge of RF module design and layout
Knowledge of PCB design, schematics, layout and fabrication in the support of customer evaluation boards and module boards.
Hands-On lab skills to be able to perform or direct RF measurements and debugging
Expert knowledge of key RF Performance Measures: S-parameters, harmonics, noise, linearity, power handling, and switching time
Masters of Science in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or Physics;