EW Signal Processing/Algorithm Scientist

L3Harris Technologies
Point, Texas
Nov 19, 2020
Nov 22, 2020
Organization Type
Job Title: EW Signal Processing/Algorithm Scientist

Job Code: IMS20200804-44098

Job Location: Greenville, TX

Job Description:

Support the development of advanced Electronic Warfare and ELINT receivers by developing algorithms and architectures to solve a variety of problems using a variety of techniques as needed, including signal processing, computer science, Bayesian and other statistical techniques, graph-theoretic techniques, etc.

Essential Functions:
  • Conduct performance analysis, including Monte Carlo simulations and Cramer Rao bound analysis. Analyze real-world data as well as simulated data.
  • Coordinate with engineers in a team environment to develop and implement new technology, including hardware, software, firmware, and system. Support transition of research and development concepts to operational systems. Willing and able to go on test flights.
  • Present results and new ideas in front of internal audiences and customers. Write test reports, white papers, and proposals in a team environment. Demonstrate successful experience contacting potential customers to develop new research and development programs.
  • Serve as a subject matter expert in your field of expertise and exhibit the ability to lend that expertise whenever and wherever it is needed.
  • Be cognizant of related technology capabilities of other divisions that complement Mission Integration opportunities and programs

  • Bachelors degree in a related technical field (EE, math, physics, etc.), advanced technical degree strongly preferred.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a DoD security clearance which requires U.S. citizenship.
  • 2- 25+ years experience in related engineering field
  • Preferred experience in a few additional areas, such as statistics, detection and measurement, information theory, graph theory, RF receiver design (analog and digital), electronic warfare, image processing, C/C++, VHDL

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