We are looking for an electrical engineer with wide scale radar and signal processing experience for development of new methods of small target detection based on processing of raw radar signals.
Successive candidate needs to have following skills:
1. Experience in the areas of radar hardware and radar architecture.
2. Familiarity with Advanced RADAR Signal Processing Techniques including radar technology development, modeling, development, stimulation, test support, data analysis and reporting, as needed.
3. Good programming skills and to use various signal processing programs including MatLab.
4. Ability to design electronics hardware with ADC, DSP, DDS, FPGA., PLL.
JOB REQUIREMENT: CANDIDATE MUST BE A U.S. CITIZEN
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