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Job

RF Systems Engineer

  • Job ref:

    1167978/003_1549387468

  • Location:

    Berkshire, England

  • Sector:

    Engineering

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £400 - £450 per day

  • Contact:

    Paul McGuinness

  • Contact email:

    pmcguinness@cbsbutler.com

  • Published:

    17 days ago

  • Duration:

    6 months

  • Start date:

    ASAP

An RF Systems Engineer is required to design and develop satellite navigation systems for a global aerospace and defence company.

Role: RF Systems Engineer

As RF Systems Engineer you will be responsible for:

+ Elicitation of Subsystems Requirements
+ Preparation of Requirement Specifications, Verification Matrices and other Technical documents for RF Subsystems
+ Preparation of Technical Statements of Work for equipment suppliers and internal development organisations
+ Specifying requirements for the Antenna, RF Front End
+ Designing receivers using the conceptual availability of multi-constellation and multi-frequency GNSS signals
+ Support to Informal/Formal Verification and Validation Test Activities in a System Integration Lab Environment
+ Provide technical response to Requests for Information/Proposal from potential Customers
+ Develop systems in accordance with industry certification standards

Experience:

As RF Systems Engineer you will have experience of:

+ Degree qualified or equivalent in Electronic Engineering or other relevant discipline
+ Industry experience in digital RF design and development, system integration and test
+ Understanding of RF HW methodology, architectures, development tools, test equipment. Experience between 500MHz and 5GHz
+ Ability to specify the functional and interface requirements for all RF interfaces to the individual building blocks of a GNSS receiver
+ Able to undertake international travel
+ Willing and able to achieve UK Security Clearance
+ Ability to select printed circuit board level hardware components
+ Experience of schematic capture for RF circuitry