Lead Development Engineer - Microwave

Job TitleLead Development Engineer - Microwave

Job Description

Key responsibilities:

  • Lead the design and verification of microwave(MW) / millimeter wave (MMW) based solution;•Lead the evaluation, verification and improvement of existing MW/MMW circuitry;•Lead the design and development of new MW/MMW circuitry and the key component selection;•Support signal processing and algorithm development with required modification and optimization on existing MW/MMW circuitry;•Support the antenna design and optimization for the MW/MMW solution.

Key requirements:

1.Communication engineering, microwave engineering or other microwave circuit related background;2.Master degree or above (bachelor if with strong profile on MW/MMW circuit domain);3.>5 year experience on MW/MMW circuit design related;4.>2 year experience on lead engineer / lead developer role;5.Strong expertise and experience on RF circuit, MW/MMW circuit (both active and passive) design and development;6.Proficient in at least one of the MW simulation and design tools (ADS, HFSS, ANSOFT, CST, etc.);7.Proficient in PROTEL(DXP) & AUTOCAD;8.Familiar with the state-of-art technologies and the trends on MW/MMW domain;9.Experience on car RADAR sensor design & development as a strong plus;10.Experience on MW motion sensor design & development as a strong plus;11.Capable to write technical documents in English as a plus;12.Knowledge on MW/MMW components/modules related manufacturing process as a plus;13.Capable on English speaking & communication.


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