Posted 170 days ago in Engineering
LTE RF Engineer is responsible for contributing in the RF Design of the regional cellular network.
creating search areas within their geographic area of responsibility.
Working with the performance team to understand area and issues within his/her sector and working with System Performance counterpart to understand issues and help reduce Lost Calls and Ineffective Attempts within their sector.
Other responsibilities include: performing drive testing to evaluate search area candidate as necessary; preparing FCC/FAA and FAS submissions in a timely manner.
Performing radio engineering evaluation for system planning and site acquisition; beginning to identify location specific needs for new cells taking baseline, performance, capacity, and population into consideration; and evaluating coverage problems and requirements for coverage cells.
BS in Engineering or Computer Science or equivalent work experience required 2+ years of experience in the cellular or telecommunications’ industry. General understanding and or working knowledge in one or more of the following platforms:
Wireless data service including: CDMA, EVDO, and LTE. RF System Optimization techniques for voice and data for Nortel, Motorola, and/or Lucent infrastructure Should have a good understanding of engineering concepts, and must show aptitude and desire to learn and advance in a technical field. Proficient in office computer applications: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Access. Experience with Verizon Wireless tools including; Geoplan, Networkflow, and XNG.
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