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Working As A Radio Frequency Technician

  • Getting Information
  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Repairing and Maintaining Electronic Equipment
  • Monitor Processes, Materials, or Surroundings
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Make Decisions

  • Stressful

  • $51,660

    Average Salary

What Does A Radio Frequency Technician Do At Caci International

* Performing technical analysis in support of defeating existing and emerging RF and RCIED threats, as defined from user requirements
* Designing and developing new waveforms and computer algorithms to expand the capabilities of existing electronic warfare systems and simulated environments
* Developing jamming techniques against RF threats
* Characterizing and exploiting RF threat devices
* Developing techniques to better detect and classify RF threats, and to reduce false alarms from misidentification
* Performing performance validation and/or regression testing of threat techniques, to include simulations, laboratory testing, and live system testing
* Generate a functional design decomposition of developed threat techniques and initiate and define the process for implementation into the existing electronic warfare system HW
* Interfacing with users to translate requirements into design
* Preparing, maintaining, and updating relevant system baseline documentation and other technical reports
* Performing independent reviews of deliverables produced by others (e.g. specifications, source code, test benches, verification plans, technical reports, etc

What Does A Radio Frequency Technician Do At Aecom

* Completes RF testing in accordance with procedures.
* Proficient in machine shop work and the installation of various equipment, sometimes at height.
* Fabricates mechanical components to support RF monitoring and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) testing.
* Performs equipment and instrument operation, repair, and maintenance.
* Performs hardware fabrication and installation.
* Demonstrates initiative in identifying new methods to improve efficiency of testing.
* Demonstrates leadership to, directs work of, and trains other technicians.
* Designs and coordinates test set-ups and experiments.
* Plans approaches and conducts various experiments.
* Performs other position related duties and responsibilities as directed

What Does A Radio Frequency Technician Do At Crane Aerospace & Electronics

* Performs a variety of routine electronic or environmental test to ensure that the operation of subassemblies and units meet company and customer specifications.
* Performs tests in accordance with established test procedures.
* Performs troubleshooting to the component level (limited supervision required).
* Records test results, maintains work logs and status reports in accordance with company work instructions.
* Must be familiar with assembly process areas to include: potting, coating and environmental test to aid in problem identification and resolution.
* Assists in the on the job training of less experienced or lower level technicians.
* May be required to assist rework personnel in the repair of faulty subassemblies or units.
* Responsible for the proper use and care of test equipment and maintaining a clean and orderly work area.
* Required to interface with customers during customer/ government source inspection.
* Performs other duties as required

What Does A Radio Frequency Technician Do At Raytheon

* Plan and track staff’s task assignments Execution and leadership relative to program execution Support staff with career development planning Assist with strengthening core engineering skills and discipline, and developing domain knowledge and expertise across the RFN department Prepare staff performance evaluations Assist in planning for and addressing staffing needs Assist and support recruiting and interviewing activities and Assist with ensuring staff’s compliance with company policies/procedures.
* The successful candidate will manage engineers who are involved with development of deliverable products over the entire engineering development lifecycle.
* Although the section staff will typically work on independent projects, the Section Head will foster collaboration and cross-fertilization of ideas and new technologies within the group.
* They will also contribute directly to engineering development and other technical efforts as a task lead, technical lead, and/or individual contributor.
* The Section Head’s duties will occupy an average of ~10% time.
* The other ~ 90% time will be spent on a combination of contractual, IR&D, marketing, and business development activities typical for a senior technical staff member

What Does A Radio Frequency Technician Do At Bae Systems

* Generation of long term technology and system development strategies
* Evaluate system concepts of operations and alternatives
* Assess technology feasibility and risk
* Coordinate in a cross-discipline manner with scientists, researchers, and engineers on electronic warfare, signals processing, system controls, and cyber applications
* Assist in generation of microelectronics roadmaps for multiple process technologies, including CMOS, GaN, and future semiconductors.
* This may involve both internal and external coordination.
* Conduct customer presentations and informal interaction in support of programs
* Prepare written reports and assessments
* Help win new business by participating in (and leading) new proposal efforts and by developing and fostering relationships with customers across the DoD and Intelligence Community
* Engage in IRAD activities to further the state of the art in electronic systems and related subject matters
* This position can be located in Arlington, VA.
* OR Merrimack, NH

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  • Spanish

  • Carrier

  • Chinese

  • French

  • Arabic

  • Portuguese

  • Vietnamese

  • Mandarin

  • Cantonese

  • Italian

  • German

  • Polish

  • Korean

  • Swedish

  • Khmer

  • Romanian

  • Japanese

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Top Radio Frequency Technician Skills

  1. RF Scanner
  2. Test Equipment
  3. Troubleshoot
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Sorted and separated clothing and products per purchase order received from each Ross Store via RF Scanner.
  • Test Equipment: RF generators, RF Fixtures, Network Analyzer and Spectrum Analyzer.
  • Demonstrated experience in troubleshooting wireless systems and control software.
  • Trouble shooting and repair of antennas and coax cabling at active cell sites for emergency service work.
  • Test, align, troubleshoot and repair to component level all R.F.

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