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Radio Frequency Engineer/RF Engineer

Brussels
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Description

Radio Frequency Engineer (RF Engineer)

( RF, Radio Frequency, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, Network )

We are searching for an RF Engineer to work for a mobile networks company based in Brussels.
The main tasks of a Radio Frequency (RF) Engineer Indoor is to design/validate and implement the Indoor wireless communication systems.

Required Responsibilities:

- Perform or validate (when received from external partners) radio planning & design Indoor of 2/3/4 & 5G radio access networks based on Indoor products portfolio
- Initial antenna configuration design & approval of technical drawings
- Provide feedback respecting the SLAs to the project requestor
- Ordering of specific vendor radio equipment & definition of radio parameters with the final antenna configuration
- Ensuring that regulatory standards are being met
- Consolidation of all information needed to order the health report to ensure compliance of the design with the health norm applicable in the region of installation
- Optimizing the performance of existing wireless networks
- Validation of sites in terms of coverage and quality
- Analyzing equipment and identifying areas for improvement
- Communication of KPIs
- Assure a perfect reflection of the access network configuration in the design database, adapting power as needed to align with the health report recommendations
- Update project folow-up database

Technical skills:

- Knowledge of multiple radio access technologies (2G/3G/4G/5G)
- Knowledge of an RF planning tool such as iBWave, Atoll
- Knowledge of Nokia hardware equipment & monitoring tool (NetAct) is beneficial
- Ability to understand & analyze wireless network KPIs
- Excellent knowledge of Office and database applications

Languages:
Dutch or French and English

If this role could interest you, please apply!

Start date
ASAP
Duration
n.a
From
Skillbase Group Ltd
Published at
01.07.2022
Project ID:
2417672
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