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In your new role you will:
* Be responsible for application support of MMIC low noise amplifiers for radio frequency applications such as Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, Beidou) and FM radio/Mobile TV applications.
* Solder and prepare customer application boards;
* Do radio frequency measurements with DUTs (e.g. noise figure, linearity, gain);
* Tune circuits to optimize circuit performance for a specific GNSS application;
* Write application notes;
* Do simulations with specific software tools.
You are best equipped for this task if you:
* Are majoring in Electrical Engineering, Communication Engineering, Microelectronics or a similar field;
* Have an interest in hardware engineering;
* Like to work in the laboratory with hands-on experience;
* Prior knowledge in radio frequency topics as a plus;
* Have good reading and writing skills in English.
Please attach the following documents to your application:
* Your CV in English;
* Copy of your certificate of enrollment at university;
* Copy of your latest study transcript;
* Copy of your high school report.
Additionally, the following requisites apply for student jobs:
* You have to live somewhat close to the site: more than 150 kilometers is too far a travel for a student job.
* You have to be enrolled in either your Bachelor or your Master studies to be eligible for a student job.