CommScope, Inc. Engineer I, Electrical/RF in Shakopee, Minnesota

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General Summary

The Electrical Engineer is responsible for design, simulation, and test of digital and RF transceivers for next-generation active radio products. The engineer will participate alongside embedded logic and software engineers for board-level bring up, design verification testing (DVT), and end-to-end integration.

Duties & Responsibilities


  • Cascade and budget analysis of RF transceiver designs: IP3, NF, P1dB, etc.

  • 3D field simulation of multi-layer via structures, transmission lines, and printed filters.

  • Multi-Gigabit channel simulation and SI optimization on low cost PCB material.

  • Electrical schematic capture and design of RF matching networks, up/down converters, baseband analog/IF, lownoise power supplies, PLLs, multi-band combiners, etc.

  • Bachelors such as BSEE with 2/years of experience or Masters such as MSEE

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