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Employment Type:
Part time
Job Category:
RF Engineer Coop
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Mercury Systems | Hudson, NH
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Job Description


In this role, you have the opportunity to:

Supports the RF design engineering team in the development of new products and test engineering in the development of test systems. Performs RF and microwave test and characterization tasks ranging from routine to complex depending on the product and works closely with design engineers to verify product performance vs. predictions.

Typical products include amplifiers, oscillators, mixers, switches and filters. Integrated products will include many of these functions as well as control circuits and power conditioning. May perform straightforward RF and analog/digital design tasks primarily for test fixtures and interfaces required to evaluate and characterize the product. RF tests include gain, noise figure, compression point, intermodulation and spurious signal rejection.

To succeed in this role you should have the following skills and experience

Electrical Engineering Student to perform analysis of electrical circuits, selection of components and measurements of our ongoing R&D projects

Additional Preferred Qualifications:

At least 2 years college education. BSEE or Masters enrollment preferred.

About Mercury Systems

Mercury Computer Systems, Inc. (Mercury) designs, manufactures and markets high-performance computer, signal and image processing systems and software for embedded and other specialized computing markets. The Company’s primary market segments are aerospace and defense, which includes systems for radar, electronic warfare, sonar, command, control, communications, computers and intelligence and electro-optical; life sciences, which includes systems for medical diagnostic imaging and advanced visualization; semiconductor, which includes systems for semiconductor wafer inspection, reticle inspection and mask writing; geosciences, which includes software for oil and gas exploration, and telecommunications systems. Effective July 1, 2007, the Company had four segments: Advanced Computing Solutions, Visage Imaging, Visualization Software Group and Emerging Businesses Unit. In September 2008, Mercury sold the assets of SolMap Pharmaceuticals, its biotech venture, to FORMA Therapeutics.