4G/5G Wireless Systems Engineer
Direct to Cell
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Redmond, WA, USA • Mountain View, CA, USA
- Bachelor's degree in engineering, math, or STEM discipline; OR 2+ years of professional experience in wireless systems engineering in lieu of a degree
- Hands on professional or educational experience working with 3GPP standards
- Master's degree or PhD in wireless communications
- Experience working on the development of 3GPP standards
- Experience implementing 4G/5G wireless systems
- Creative approach to problem solving, exceptional analytical skills and engineering fundamentals
- Solid fundamental knowledge of networks, electronics, math, and physics
- 5+ years of professional experience in any of the L1, L2, L3 protocol stack layers in broadband access technologies such as: Wi-Fi, UMTS, LTE or satellite broadband
- Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
- Ability to work effectively in a dynamic environment with changing needs and requirements
- Experience with networking protocols (UDP, TCP, etc)
- Experience with RF system development and operation
- Must be able to work extended hours and weekends as needed
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- Analyze and simulate cutting edge solutions for the direct to cell air interface, RAN, and core network
- Support the development of wireless standards optimized for non-terrestrial networks
- Model existing 4G/5G standards in direct to cell applications
- Guide internal planning and development with regards to current and future wireless standards
- Develop high-fidelity models of wireless systems in non-terrestrial applications
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