Wireless Communication Systems Engineering Intern in California (12 weeks)
The Connectivity Lab is a team doing community building through the work of technology and internet. The Connectivity Lab is doing research to develop the next generation technologies to connect everyone on the planet to the Internet. Thus, now it is seeking for a Wireless Communications Systems Engineering Intern to work on a project. Please consider and look into below information if interest.
Where: Woodland Hills, Neighborhood in Los Angeles, California
Nationality: International Candidates
Duration of intern: 12 weeks
- Working with communication systems engineers, RF engineers, technicians to develop wireless channel sounding waveforms
- Test out transmitters/receivers in the laboratory environment to validate and refine channel sounding methodology
- Develop back-end processing of the collected channel samples in MATLAB/Simulink
- Develop long term data logging capability.
- Execute tests according to plan, while keeping a thorough procedural record and data log
- Contribute to wireless communication system development for a variety of connectivity scenarios.
- Possess a Master’s of PhD in electrical engineering
- Have already the experience with MATLAB simulation modeling of wireless communication techniques: QAM/PSK modulations, RRC pulse shaping, OFDM, SC-FDMA, BER vs. SNR analysis and MIMO
- Familiar with RF lab testing using equipment such as PNA, spectrum analyzer, signal generator, arbitrary waveform generator
- Experience in time-domain and frequency-domain wireless communication system design
- Familiar with MATLAB & Simulink, HFSS, ADS, C, or Python
- Have experience in Troubleshooting and analytics
How to apply:
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