Contract Principle RF Developer
Flexible Hourly Rate
A group that work in the design manufacturing and supply of digital communication products for mission critical communication. They’re based a short distance for Cambridge North, in some truly stunning offices. The work they provide is largely within the public services domain, with the tech they work on being relied on in life or death scenarios. The work environment can be full on, with an expectation of delivery, though the management team do as much to relieve some of that pressure by allowing half days on Friday’s, arranging regular social events and working in spacious and modern working environments. If you want to work somewhere where you’ll make a serious impact in the real world, this is the environment you’ll want to be a part of.
You’ll be working in a focussed team, on RF designs and high-volume product development, working to create the specification, design and testing of TX subsystems. The main requirements will be to look at the technical design and specification of discrete linear RF PA solutions in the 100MHz – 1GHz range.
What you get in return
In return, you’ll be working on technology which will make a visible difference in the real world. You’ll be working with some true leaders of industry in your respective teams, and as such will receive some excellent one on one mentoring. The benefits obviously won’t be as extensive as your permanent counterparts however you’ll receive free parking, regular social events, flexible working and half days on a Friday.
As always, it’s important to make sure you’ve worked with the right tech, so have a review of their technical requirements below:
• Minimum 10 years RF design experience
• High volume product development
• PA development for mobile and/or fixed site communications
• Discrete linear PA design
• Transmitter chain design
• RF design
• Analogue design
• Handset design
• Printed coupler design
• RF simulation tools (e.g. Genesys, ADS, Microwave Office)
• Portable product design
• RF simulation tools (e.g. Microwave Office, ADS) for linear and non-linear simulation
Call to action
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