INTRACOM TELECOM is a global telecommunication systems and solutions vendor operating for over 40 years in the market. The company innovates in the wireless access and transmission field, offers a competitive telco software solutions portfolio and combines its offerings with a complete range of professional services.
Our mission is to shape future through technology and we recognize that human capital is the key factor to achieve this in today's business environment. Our company's highly specialized and experienced personnel are pivotal to achieving demanding objectives and advancing the capabilities of the company to better serve its customers. Within this framework, we are looking for an agile and highly-motivated “Wireless Research Engineer” to join a team of future shapers.
The successful candidate will be involved in the design and development of broadband wireless systems focusing on physical layer signal processing and radio frequency techniques. As a research engineer, the candidate will work on a small team, while being versatile and independent, will tackle interesting research problems and will gain expertise in beyond the state-of-the-art wireless technologies.
- Study, design and implementation of innovative technologies for 5G and beyond;
- Research on various aspects (e.g. requirements, constraints, performance) of wireless systems at millimetre Wave frequencies;
- Design, implementation and testing of experimental prototypes;
- Experimentation with both existing systems and new wireless technologies;
- Leading or contributing to technical reports and delivering technical presentations;
- Leading technical work packages with the participation of industrial and academic partners from Europe;
- Collaborating with technical teams or individuals of various backgrounds across Europe.
The job responsibilities involve study of technical documentation, algorithm modelling and simulation (using MATLAB/Simulink and/or C) and collaboration with hardware development engineers for the design, implementation, testing and performance evaluation of wireless systems.