As I sat soldering parts for my tin-can radar last night, I reflected on the idea that there are many others out there, more capable, who think it is a fun idea to make a tin-can radar in their spare time. That led to finding this forum.
If you are a technician, engineer, or scientist interested in a career in cutting edge microwave microelectronics and are interested in new career opportunities, please let us know.
We are a profitable, self-funded, fast growing small business- built by and continually looking for dedicated people, passionate about what they do, and who want to make an real impact in the development of future 3D integrated microwave microelectronics and enabling new components for them.
Example development programs: 230 GHz video SAR, G-band phased array, frequency scanned landing radar for future planetary landing missions, K band power amp, tunable filters for the deep space network, custom MMICs and their integration and testing, 1-100 GHz true time delay networks, SAR antenna and system to fit in several cubic centimeter.
You can find out more at www nuvotronics com
If interested- to avoid frustration -
We are only able to hire US citizens, US permanent residents, and green card holders
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