CommScope, Inc. Engineer III, RF in Richardson, Texas

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We are currently recruiting for a qualified, interested and available Antenna Design RF Engineer for an opportunity located in Richardson, TX.

Job Summary:

Design of antennas for existing 3G/4G wireless bands and developing 5G millimeter wave bands. Design, simulate, and test wideband antenna elements, reflectors, and features for aperture tuning and sidelobe control. Design, simulate, and test lens structures and antenna arrays for active beamforming and tilt control. Design and simulate antennas using CST and/or HFSS. Test antenna and array prototypes in anechoic chamber and outdoor far field range to verify gain, cross-pol isolation, and sidelobe levels.

Also, prefer conduct high-level and detailed design, simulation, and layout of transceiver circuit blocks including power amplifiers, low noise amplifiers, oscillators, distributed and lumped filters, upconverters, downconverters, quadrature modulators and demodulators, RF switches, duplexers, matching circuits, and phase shifter circuits.


Completed Bachelor's degree in Science or Engineering Discipline plus a minimum five (5) years relevant professional experience. Master of Science or PhD in Electrical Engineering preferred.

Extensive experience in design and simulation of microwave and millimeter wave band antennas including dipole, biquad, yagi, patch, and flared notch antennas and associated reflectors supporting linear and circular polarizations.

Experience designing MIMO array, phased array, and/or beamforming antenna arrays based upon cross-polar elements configurations.

Background in frequency tunable antenna design.

Experience in radome and lens implementation.

Extensive experience in antenna design and simulation using CST and/or HFSS and beamforming simulation using MatLab.

Background in antenna test and verification using anechoic chamber.

Knowledge of wireless infrastructure architectures and air interface standards including LTE and HSPA.

Detailed understanding of receiver and transmitter functional blocks and capabilities including power amplifiers, filters, duplexers, oscillators, frequency converters, modulators, and demodulators, RF switches, matching circuits, and phase shifter circuits.

Experience in design of distributed circuits including couplers, matching circuits, bias tees, and edge-coupled filters using multiple transmission line techniques including microstrip and coplanar waveguide across multiple substrate types including PCB and ceramic.

Skilled in thorough documentation and presentation of antenna design concepts, simulation results, and test results.

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