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Mercury Computer Systems Ewing, NJ, 08638
Responsibilities: Lead design and new product introduction teams in the development of state of the art multi-kilowatt saturated peak power and ultra linear power amplifiers for end uses. Direct responsibilities include leadership of technical proposal efforts working closely with sales team, performance of electrical design and simulation of end product, design reviews, and guidance of prototype...
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