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Antenna/EW Engineer - Dayton SEAL 1499

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)


Location:
Dayton, OH
Date:
12/13/2017
2017-12-132018-01-11
Job Code:
1499
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Title: Antenna/EW Engineer - Dayton SEAL 1499
JobID: 1499
Location: Dayton, OH
Description:

Title:

Antenna/EW Engineer  SEAL 1499

Job Description:

Performs analysis and system design trades on wide bandwidth apertures. Model/simulates RF EW and Radar systems. Helps to insure government sponsor understands system trade space.

Type:

Research Faculty

Required Skills:

Experience with antenna system design trades. Experience with EW techniques evaluation.

US Citizenship and ability to obtain a security clearance

Desired Skills:

Radar Systems design. Modeling and simulation of complex sensor systems.

Existing security clearance 

Required Education:

BS Electrical Engineering

Preferred Education:

MS/PhD Electrical Engineering


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