RF/IF Product Engineer

Company Name:
Analog Devices
The RFG Product Engineer will be responsible for the market introduction and manufacturing Implementation of assigned components from a wide array of precision wireless RF/IF devices, such as, VGAs, ADC Drivers, Programmable Filters, and high performance RF/IF Amplifiers. This will be accomplished through RF/Analog Simulation, development/debug of efficient lab characterization systems, participation in final test development, silicon/product debug, specification & datasheet generation, and production manufacturing implementation. There will be active involvement with Marketing, Design Engineering, Applications Engineering, Test Engineering, Reliability Engineering, and WW Manufacturing Engineering. The RFW Product Engineer must have project leadership skilks and a strong understanding of current analog & RF theory and test techniques such as S-parameters, noise figure, gain , 1dB compression, IP3 and harmonic distortion.
BSEE/MSEE with 5-10 years experience in lab based RF/IF measurements & theory. Good organizational and communications skills a must. Agilent VEE programming experience and project leadership experience a plus.
For positions requiring access to technical data, Analog Devices, Inc. may have to obtain export licensing approval from the U.S. Department of Commerce - Bureau of Industry and Security and/or the U.S. Department of State - Directorate of Defense Trade Controls. As such, applicants for this position except US Citizens, US Permanent Residents, and protected individuals as defined by 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3) may have to go through an export licensing review process.
Analog Devices, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V
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