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Signal Processing Engineer
Applied ConceptsRichardson, TX
Apply digital signal processing techniques such as FFTs, filtering, signal acquisition and tracking, and AI for radar processing.
Signal Processing Engineer
Mastech DigitalLos Angeles, CA
15+ years of experience in Biomedical signal analysis , e.g., EGM, ECG, EMG, EEG, ENG
Signal Processing Engineer
Maxar TechnologiesYpsilanti, MI
Maxar Technologies is seeking a Signal Processing Engineer in Ypsilanti, MI We are a leading global provider of advanced space-based technology solutions, delivering unmatched integrated capabilities in Earth imagery, geospatial data, analytics & insights, satellites, and robotics.
Signal Processing Engineer
The MITRE CorporationMcLean, VA
This position is an exciting opportunity for a Digital Signal Processing (DSP) engineer to shape the future of the Army by developing cutting-edge signal processing oriented technologies.
Signal Processing Engineer
Hamdan ResourcesDenver, CO
Candidate must be a U.S citizen and currently hold an active TS/SCI clearance Denver, CO Our Client is seeking a Signal Processing Engineer to support research, development and operational software deployment in the Denver, CO area.
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Signal Processing Engineer
MAXAR TechnologiesYpsilanti, MI
2 years minimum work experience in Radio-Frequency (RF) engineering or digital signal processing.
Signal Processing Engineer
Astronics CorporationKilgore, TX
Experience and in depth understanding in the application of principles, theories, concepts, practices and standards relating to Digital Signal processing
Signal Processing Engineer
The MITRE CorporationAberdeen, MD
This position is an exciting opportunity for a Digital Signal Processing (DSP) engineer to shape the future of the Army by developing cutting-edge signal processing oriented technologies.
Signal Processing Engineer
LeidosSan Diego, CA
Experience working in areas of modeling and simulation (M&S), radar, adaptive radar, signals processing, algorithm development synthetic aperture radar (SAR) or similar fields
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Radar Signal Processing Engineer
Randstad USLowell, MA
MS or PHD in Electrical Engineering plus related work experience in Radar Signal Processing or Digital Signal Processing that targets embedded real-time software system applications.
Signal Processing Scientist
KernelCulver City, CA
Experience applying signal processing to (neuro-)physiological time series data
Signal Processing Engineer
The MITRE CorporationColorado Springs, CO
B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering or similar degree with educational experience in digital signal processing.
Signal Processing Engineer
Johns Hopkins HospitalLaurel, MD
If so, we're looking for someone like you to join our team at APLWe are seeking a driven and creative team member who will contribute to all phases of signal and image processing and development concepts in support of weapon control systems.
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Signal Processing Engineer
Softworld IncBurlington, MA
Systems utilization includes implementation of signal and image processing with advanced computer architectures.
Research - Signal Processing
Lockheed Martin CorporationCherry Hill, NJ
This includes research in generation-after-next RADAR systems, Electronic Warfare, advanced machine learning, smart sensing and threat management, signal source separation methods, threat analysis, geolocation and direction finding, emitter tracking, SIGINT and ELINT, distributed sensor design, and cognitive radio.

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