Northrop Grumman is currently seeking a Digital Hardware Engineer 4 to join a program Hardware Team in Alice Springs, Australia. The hardware team requires individuals with digital communication systems maintenance experience who can work in a structured configuration control environment. A qualified individual is required to know basic communication theory and be familiar with digital and analog modulation/demodulation techniques. The individual will perform system, subsystem, unit and board level troubleshooting and repair, develop and modify procedures for alignment, and respond to system and subsystem anomalies as required. The individual will be required to be able to explain root cause and fault resolution to a technical and non-technical audience. This position requires experience using oscilloscopes, BER testers, spectrum analyzers, signal generators, volt meters and other equipment used for testing digital communication systems. The candidate must also have an understanding of AC & DC electronic theory as well as various communication protocols such as RS232, RS422, GPIB, etc. The ideal candidate should have experience with BPSK & QPSK waveforms and methods for testing and troubleshooting systems that use such techniques.
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