Textron Hunt Valley , MD 21031
About Textron Systems: Harnessing agility and a broad base of expertise, Textron Systems' innovative businesses design, manufacture, field and support comprehensive solutions that expand customer capabilities and deliver value. Textron Systems' businesses are industry-leading developers and integrators of unmanned systems, advanced marine craft, armored vehicles, intelligent battlefield and surveillance systems, geospatial management and analysis systems, intelligence software solutions, precision weapons, piston engines, test and training systems, and total lifecycle sustainment and operational services.
About Textron: Textron is home to globally-recognized businesses, organized within five segments: Bell, Textron Aviation, Industrial, Textron Systems and Finance. Our businesses produce hundreds of products for customers around the world, in a range of industries spanning aerospace and defense, specialized vehicles, turf care, fuel systems, and tools and test equipment. The company continually invests in next-generation products and services designed to win in the marketplace.
About Electronic Systems:
Textron Systems Electronic Systems designs and develops test and simulation software and hardware for Electronic Warfare (EW). This includes systems that can be used on the flight line or on the range to simulate enemy radar or missile threats for the purpose of testing aircraft electronics and sensors, or for training the pilot.
Daily responsibilities could include the development of embedded firmware (microcontroller, C language) and/or FPGA design, schematic capture for circuit card designs, testing and debugging of new products, prototypes or circuit card assemblies, system integration and debugging (analysis of one or more system components and helping to solve an issue) and the creation of technical documentation for designs and testing.
BS (MS is a plus) in electrical engineering from an accredited university.
Prior internship is a plus
Test equipment knowledge (oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer) and lab experience are a plus
FPGA/VHDL course work is a plus
Previous experience with schematic capture and circuit layout (at the hobby level or capstone project level) is a plus
Any Radio Frequency (RF) or microwave exposure is a plus
Knowledge of Digital Signal Processing is a plus
Ability to obtain and maintain a US security clearance is a must