The MITRE Corporation Communications Modeling and Simulation Engineer in Bedford, Massachusetts
Communications Modeling and Simulation Engineer
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Join MITRE’s Aerial Communications Department working on state of the art tactical and strategic communications systems for the Department of Defense (DoD). We are seeking an experienced RF/communications engineer with knowledge in the areas of military or commercial communications systems to help address our sponsors’ critical problems for next generation communications protocols, systems, and technologies.
Developing models to aid in the analysis of communication systems at many different levels of abstraction.
Contribute to technical research and development of next generation systems ranging from waveform development, signal detection and jamming analysis, RF interference modeling, link budgeting, and system-level trade space evaluation.
Tasks may also involve leading, defining and executing hands-on prototyping and testing activities related to military communications technologies for the airborne environment.
Applicants should have some exposure to both software development and RF communications systems. This includes topics such as:
Modulation and coding techniques
Propagation and communications channel effects
Version control systems
Digital signals processing
In addition to these technical skills, applicants should have strong interpersonal skills to effectively collaborate across multiple organizations and engineering disciplines, as well an ability to frame and articulate technical problems in a systems engineering context.
Minimum Qualifications and Education:
BS and 8 years related experience.
Job Electrical Engineering
Primary Location United States-Massachusetts-Bedford
This requisition requires a clearance of Secret
Travel Yes, 10 % of the Time
Job Posting Jun 22, 2018, 9:52:26 AM
Req ID: 00049937