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RF Test Engineer

Hampshire
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Description

RF, Radio Frequency, ISO 9000, ISO 17025, radiated, conducted, EMC32

A leading wireless test client are currently looking to identify a RF Test Engineer on an initial 6 month contract basis based between Basingstoke and Slough for a new programme of work. You will have strong experience in the radiated and conducted emissions test. Hourly rate is flexible depending on experience.

Experience Required:

Essential

  • ISO 9000/ISO 17025
  • Radio technology test (radiated/conducted) compliance experience ETSI, FCC & ISED
  • Radiated Band Edge
  • Radiated Spurious Emissions
  • Hard working coupled with the ability to accept change and work to deadlines
  • Willingness to work additional hours as required
  • Self-motivated with good interpersonal skills and the ability to work within a team structure
  • Customer facing experience
  • Experience of using RF test equipment such as Spectrum/network Analyser, Signal generator, RF Power and cellular test equipment. Exposure to automated test environments is also desirable
  • Organisational Skills - Systematic approach to work, with an appropriate level documentation/compilation of tests results and observations as required
  • Intuitive - Ability to solve problems independently and in a logical manner
  • PC Skills - Advanced user, Word and Excel. Visio would be beneficial too

Desirable

  • Radiated emissions using EMC32
  • Test Equipment - as a user, hands on experience with spectrum analysers, signal generators, preamplifiers and also network analysers would be beneficial
  • RF Technologies - GSM, UMTS, 4G, 802.11x, WLAN, Bluetooth, Short Range Devices, Near Field. Communications, along with a general understanding of operating frequencies and protocols

Please send an updated CV for an immediate start.

Start date
ASAP
Duration
6 months
From
Outsource UK
Location
Hampshire
Published at
25.01.2022
Project ID:
2299719
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