Responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to:
- Designing, analyzing, modeling, and simulating signal-processing algorithms for wireless system applications, including multi-antenna communications, signals collection, RF geolocation and electronic attack.
- Implementing, debugging and testing wireless application prototypes on third-party software-defined radio (SDR) platforms.
- Writing design documents, simulation reports, and system documentation.
They are more than a research lab; they are an innovation hub. They have an entreprenurial spirit molding technology of the future. They are involved in cybersecurity, data analytics, advanced networking, wireless and mobility, display technologies, optical and quantum, power grid and IoT security, and electronic warfare. The industries they work in include smart cities and smart phones, intelligent battlefields and autonomous systems, telecommunications, energy, finance, government, life sciences and defense. They have 225 scientists, engineers and analysts on staff, 260+ issued, licensed and pending patents. They have more than 125 PhD's on staff, 40+ collaborations with universities, research organizations and vendors. Additionally they have 100+ on-going customer-funded research and technology programs.
Requires 8 to 10 years with BS/BA or 6 to 8 years with MS/MA or 3 to 5 years with PhD.
Master's or Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Computer Science
Experience developing signal processing applications on SDRs
Working knowledge of wireless technologies like LTE, 802.11, Bluetooth
Knowledge of the GNU Radio platform
Established record of design and implementation of wireless systems and/or subsystems