Mapping satellites and space debris in low Earth orbit
LeoLabs operates a global network of radars to map Low Earth Orbit and provide data services. LeoLabs is hiring a Senior Engineer to design and develop the RF/Microwave subsystems for our next generation of advanced radar systems. The ideal candidate will develop RF/Microwave hardware that will be deployed in a variety of phased-array radar systems. You will work within a team of other LeoLabs engineers to create the sub system design specifications and other related design documentation to build, test and characterize engineering prototypes and ensure a successful transition to volume production.
- As a Senior RF/Microwave Engineer, you should have at least 10 years of experience designing RF/Microwave and related control electronic hardware. Your background should include the experience in the following areas:
- Familiarity with the various transmission lines employed in RF/Microwave design.
- Familiarity with Antennas and antenna systems for beam steering radar
- Board Level Design experience with schematic capture and PCB layout.
- Experience with RF/Microwave CAD tools and EM simulation, Microwave Office, CST
- Understanding of Link budget and Cascade Analysis
- Testing and characterization of active components amplifiers, frequency converters design and testing
- General Analog Circuit design
- Understand RF performance sensitivities with EMI/RFI measurements/troubleshooting and mitigation.
- Familiarity with Software Defined Radio architecture, operation and design.
- Basic understanding of Radar Systems architecture and operations.
- Ability to perform detailed troubleshooting of radar hardware electronics.
- Basic understanding of software programming is desirable to enable the control and configuration of Analog/RF hardware.
- Understand the need for DFM and DFT to ensure reliable product development.
- Ability to effectively communicate and work with a senior programmer(s) during system integration.
- BSEE/BS Degree or higher in Electrical Engineering.