Thursday, July 31, 2008

VP, Wireless Systems (Portland, Maine)

If interested in this role, please contact Melanie @

Include a detailed paragraph regarding your most significant accomplishment in 2008.

This person will be responsible for designing the BTS - not commissioning or installing.

BSEE with 10+ years experience designing wireless base transceiver stations (BTS) for GSM and CDMA networks

-Excellent working skills and experience in designing of BTS for GSM and CDMA networks:-system design-system engineering-link budget analysis

-RF propagation-analysis and optimization multi-carrier networks-interference analysis-determination of coverage and capacity

-handover analysis, issues and optimization

-Demonstrate project leadership, team building and presentation skills-Must be able to work on multiple projects concurrently and work either independently or as team leader depending on nature of project

Experience in preparing specifications for all parts of the BTS system - antenna, power amplifiers, LNAs and other components

Must be familiar with the design of passive components, including antennas, antenna arrays and RF filters, different types of power combining and splitting components

Must be familiar with active components including microwave power amplifiers, LNAs and monitoring equipment

Must be familiar with field testing of BTS stations and with state of the art test equipment

Must be familiar with in-house RF test equipment including RF Network Analyzers, Spectrum Analyzers and PIM testing.

Must be familiar with WiMax, LTE, TDMA, EDGE, WCDMA, CDMA2000 and other existing and emerging wireless technologies

Familiar with HFSS, Mathcad, Mathlab, MS Office, Eagleware

Experience of working with mechanical engineers, electrical engineers and designers throughout project life cycle to ensure all system components are working correctly

1 comment:

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