What does an RF Design Engineer do?
- Concept and circuit design, simulation, layout, test and integration of novel RF circuits and systems operating at frequency bands from HF/VHF up to mm-wave
- Interaction with company senior scientists from diverse fields and providing RF support and expertise to various advanced technology projects
- Technical level interaction with customers and suppliers, presenting work outcome to internal and external customers in the form of scientific/technical reports (in English language) and during face-to-face meetings
- Technical management of small to medium-scale research projects
And what does it take to become one?
- Experience with design, simulation and layout of linear and nonlinear RF circuits (high-power amplifiers, LNAs, diplexers, filters)
- Knowledge of RF/MW design tools such as AWR (preferred), ADS, Cadence etc.
- Familiarity with 2.5-D or 3-D electromagnetic simulation tools such as AXIEM, Momentum, HFSS etc.
- Experience with Matlab and basic digital signal processing in aid of RF circuit impairments
- University degree in a relevant field
Apart from RF related activities, you can also look forward to:
- Building your career with a global company
- Professional development plans including trainings and further career opportunities
- A range of benefits including an extra week of holidays, semi-flexible working hours, additional pension insurance, meal allowance, cafeteria system and more…
- Cooperating on research and development of latest aerospace technologies and products
- Daily use of English
- Interested in getting a pilot license? We will be happy to help!
Information about Honeywell:
Honeywell dynamically expands activities in research and development (R&D) centre in Brno, Czech Republic. Established in 2003, this is the largest R&D centre in Europe for Honeywell. Our engineers and scientists develop products and technologies that are linked to our business groups: Aerospace, Automation and Controls Solutions and Transportation Systems.
This position is a part of Advanced Technology group, a research organization focusing on research in key areas of aerospace industry such as Air Traffic Management; Communication, Navigation, Surveillance & Control Systems; Embedded Systems; Crew Interface and Avionics.
627 00 Brno-Slatina