RESEARCH ENGINEER - SR. RESEARCH ENGINEER - SIGNAL EXPLOITATION AND GEOLOCATION - HANOVER, MARYLAND
Job code: 16-00816*
- Perform detailed communications signal analysis; design, develop, test, document, and deploy communications signal processing algorithms for applications in signal acquisition, radiolocation and electronic warfare programs with a focus on developing specialized signal demodulators and decoders; collaborate with client technical representatives and SwRI senior engineering and software staff. Activities will include work at SwRI laboratories and short-term travel to government facilities / military bases or other customer facilities, both in the U.S. and overseas, to provide technical guidance. This position will provide opportunity for employees to use their own technical interests and initiative to solve existing challenging technical problems and develop new research topics.
- Requires a BS or MS degree in Electrical Engineering with coursework in signal processing and communications with some experience; or advanced degree (MSEE or PhD.) Must have at least a 3.3 GPA and 2-10 years experience in communications signals processing or closely related DSP field. Must be familiar with communications signals processing; experience with software defined radio architectures such as OSSIE and GNU Radio desired; must be familiar with Matlab and/or Python; experience with Linux and Java or C++ is desired. This position will provide opportunity for employees to use their own technical interests and initiative to solve existing challenging technical problems and develop new research topics. A valid/clear driver's license is required.
- Note: Work assignment is in Hanover, Maryland. Applicant selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen.
Job Locations: Hanover, MD
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