Senior Wireless Communication Systems Engineer

  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Direct Hire
  • Job ID: CA214-2702436

$140000 to $190000 Per Year

The Opportunity

Our client is seeking a full time Senior Wireless Communication Systems Engineer.

Technical Responsibilities

  • System performance and requirement specification
  • Algorithm and protocol design for wireless communications systems
  • Matlab & C/C++ based simulator development
  • Fixed point design and simulation
  • System architecture definition
  • Handoff to and work with the hardware and software team for system implementation and testing
  • Work with the hardware and the software team to characterize and troubleshoot system performance issues


  • MSEE required, PhD in Electrical Engineering a plus
  • 5+ years of relevant communication systems design experience
  • Experienced in the design and development of OFDM based systems, a must
  • Fluent with C/C++ and/or MATLAB a must
  • Must possess a working knowledge of RF signal propagation, channel modeling, digital communication technologies
  • Knowledge of signal processing algorithms a definite plus
  • Knowledge of MIMO systems a definite plus
  • Knowledge of Medium Access Controls and networking a definite plus
  • Knowledge of wireless ad-hoc networking and routing algorithms a definite plus
  • Experience with wireless communication hardware a definite plus


  • Must be a U.S. Person ( permanent resident or citizen) due to clients under U.S. government contracts
  • Ability to pass a background check

There are opportunities available for this role in both Los Angeles, CA and Washington D.C.

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