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Senior RF/Communication Systems Engineer

Lead the design and implementation of satellite communication signal processing algorithms.
San Francisco, California, United States
Senior
$170,000 - 225,000 USD / year
2 months ago

✨ About The Role

- Responsible for the architecture, design, and modeling of satellite communication payloads, working closely with various teams to design optimal radio systems - Lead R&D efforts for new radio features, technologies, and custom components, while collaborating with RF, antenna, digital hardware, and other teams - Own architectural trade studies, establish system and unit level requirements analytically or via simulation, and design communications-related signal processing algorithms - Assist in recruiting, interviewing, and hiring additional teammates, and contribute to radio hardware testing and signal processing algorithm implementation - Offered compensation package includes equity, high-quality healthcare, flexible PTO, 401(K) retirement, and catered meals, with a base salary range of $170,000 to $225,000 USD per year

⚡ Requirements

- Experienced RF/Communication Systems Engineer with at least 5-8 years in the industry, comfortable leading R&D efforts and collaborating with cross-functional teams - Strong technical communication skills are a must, along with a solid foundation in signals and systems, digital communications, and hardware components - Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, triage and debug issues efficiently, and develop software using Python and C/C++ - Passion for learning, adapting to new tools and workflows, and contributing to a diverse and inclusive workplace - Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering or equivalent is required, familiarity with satellite radio systems and RF system design is a bonus
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Senior RF/Communication Systems Engineer
San Francisco, California, United States
$170,000 - 225,000 USD / year
Engineering
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The next generation of internet satellites.