This role will involve development of super-resolution algorithms for Radar arrays. Duties and responsibilities To create, manage & report on Radar system design and array algorithm simulations as part of an engineering team To effectively manage the simulation data and reports To research Radar array architectures and advanced processing techniques through research articles Assist with system costing, including parts/BoM cost, assembly, and production costs To assist in ad hoc engineering design duties
About Oxford RF Solutions Ltd:
Our vision is to be a key enabler for the modern society by providing ground-breaking next-generation Radar systems solutions. Driverless taxis and truck have hit the road - however, they are only allowed to operate in good visibility conditions. This says it all - the sensor technology is not there yet to enable uninterrupted 24/7 operation of driverless cars. Radars are the only sensors that can fulfil this dream. We have previously designed commercial RF systems at 10 GHz, 16 GHz, 35 GHz, and 77 GHz. We are experts in commercial technology design, and have a passion to convert scientific ideas into working commercial products.
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