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The incumbent will participate in the design and development of new Electronic
Attack (EA) techniques and equipment by applying his/her knowledge of electronic
engineering theory and practices to real world problems. The incumbent's efforts
will be directed to the design of digital and computer portions of Electronic
Warfare (EW) prototype equipment. The incumbent will lead and support the
research and development of prototype electronic warfare systems. This includes the
development of systems with advanced Digital RF Memory (DRFM) devices, implemented
in FPGAS. The incumbent will translate system level requirements into hardware,
firmware, and software design. The incumbent will use C++, C, Python, MATLAB, and
VHDL/Verilog software languages as appropriate for these tasks. To test and
validate systems, a variety of laboratory test equipment will be used, including
spectrum analyzers, vector network analyzer and signal generators.   The incumbent
will be responsible for determining the EA effectiveness of selected conventional
and advanced EA techniques against various targeting radars and threat radar
simulators. He/She will assist in the test planning of the field experiments and act as
an operator of the developmental EA techniques equipment and data collector during
the experiments, through a combination of analysis, modeling, and
hardware-in-the-loop simulations. The incumbent will participate in data analysis
and be co-author of formal and informal publications on the results.