Sr Principal Engineer RF Microwave Design

    • Redondo Beach, CA

Engineering

Qualifications:

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Northrop Grumman is looking for a Senior Principal Engineer RF Microwave Designer to join the Electronics and Payloads' RF and Mixed Signal Products (RFMS) Department.

RFMS is an organization of 170 plus engineers and technicians that develops custom mixed signal ICs and MMIC components, leveraging them to develop units and subsystems for a variety of space and air programs. RF core competencies include, narrowband and wideband low noise amplifiers, high linearity mixers, power amplifiers, multipliers, passive filters/components, modulators, frequency sources, up-converters, down converters operating at microwave, millimeter wave and sub-millimeter wave frequencies. Mixed Signal specialties include A/D, DAC and custom System on Chip applications.

The successful candidate will be able to perform the following essential functions:

  • RF hardware design and analysis using computer aided design (CAD)
  • Conducting electrical trades
  • Tolerance and stability analysis and test data analysis for respective hardware designs
  • Coordinate among multiple disciplines to balance requirements
  • Finalize the electrical design, support prototype and final hardware build & test
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