Not so surprisingly, Apple is looking to hire iPhone and iPad antenna engineers to “Define and implement antenna system architecture to optimize the radiation performance for wireless portable devices.” There are currently three of these jobs listings posted on Jobs.Apple.com. All three of the jobs were posted on June 23rd, which is right around the same time that all of the iPhone 4 reception/antenna issues came to light. Full job description from Apple posted below, if you’re interested.
|Job title||Antenna Engineer – iPad/iPhone|
|Location||Santa Clara Valley|
|Job type||Full Time|
|Job description||Responsibilities: Define and implement antenna system architecture to optimize the radiation performance for wireless portable devices. The candidate should be able to design antennas suitable for wireless handheld devices with excellent radiation performance, including TRP, TIS, SAR, and EMC. Work closely with other RF and antenna design engineers, mechanical and industrial designers, and EMC engineers to integrate the antenna design in our products. The candidate will be expected to performance radiation performance measurements, create test plans, execute them, publish test reports, provide feedback to the other design engineers, and lead some of the manufacturing of antenna.
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