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The AT Engineering organization is part of the Network and Cloud business unit within ARRIS, Inc. The AT portfolio covers all Hybrid Fiber Coax (HFC) infrastructure products, including Optical Headend, Optical Nodes, RF equipment and Supplies.
- RF and Optical circuit design engineer supporting several RF and/or fiber optic projects.
- Position requires simulation and modeling of RF circuitry used in amplifiers and fiber optic transmitters and receivers.
- Responsible for simulation, breadboarding and prototype evaluation of RF and digital circuitry.
- Experience with broadband RF components.
- Knowledge of digital communications IC’s and micro’s preferred.
- Laboratory experience with network and spectrum analyzers, measurement of noise and intermodulation distortion.
- Establishes requirements and complete all phases of moderately complex RF and optical design projects.
- Analyzes best approach to solving problems (innovation vs. re-use).
- Applies existing technology in new ways to improve performance and productivity.
- Considers latest technologies and new approaches to designs and implementation of the design.
- Reviews changes or upgrades to existing applications. Develops new technology to solve unique problems.
- Makes recommendations to inter-disciplinary team to enhance performance and improve production quality.
- May develop new tools to aid in the analysis and solving of problems.
- Develops and maintains positive working relationships with other engineering disciplines and other ARRIS functions, such as project management, product management and supply chain
- 4-year Bachelor of Science degree in an appropriate engineering discipline from an accredited institution in the U.S.
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