Author Topic: Help us build Satellites (Ya the space kind) and SDRs in Canada!  (Read 3607 times)

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Offline stephen_kepler

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We're hiring for 3 EE/Electronics positions at Kepler to help design the SDR and antenna, that we will fly on our small satellites. We're a startup right now so you should be excited to work across many projects / areas in a fast paced / intense (but fun) environment. Canadians preferred.

In particular:

1 x Board level RF or High speed digital engineer: experience in either RF or High speed digital from schematic to layout (end to end) is required. Pluses: experience in digital communications, FPGAs, RF Front ends, anything space related or anything involving unique environments or high reliability, anything radio/antenna related (hams?), consumer product experience, have something to say about EMI/EMC, know something about signal and power integrity, know something about high speed data converters, microwave components, or phase noise

1 x Antenna Engineer: experience designing antennas in HFSS or similar, really good understanding of antenna/EM basics. Pluses: microstrip/printed antennas, arrays, phased arrays / ESAs, space or harsh environments, any other aspects of radios/digital communications (e.g. modulations, SDRs, PAs LNAs, etc.), antenna testing/characterization, know what a T/R module, reflectarray, or X band is without having to look it up

1 x DSP/FPGA guy: must be really comfortable with verilog or VHDL and FPGAs in general, must have a communications or signal processing background. Pluses: You have something to say about the 2 other positions above, you know something about SDRs wrt things like carrier recovery/tracking, digital filtering, digital down/up conversion, GNU radio, modulation, coding/FEC, have a few words to say about rad tolerance/redundancy or reliability, or you just really really want to work on a satellite

Check out our website!
http://www.keplercommunications.com/careers
 
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Offline ag4zp

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Re: Help us build Satellites (Ya the space kind) and SDRs in Canada!
« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2016, 03:21:53 pm »
Great to see more and more "small space" companies popping up!  How far are you guys from launching hardware?
 

Offline ut3

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Re: Help us build Satellites (Ya the space kind) and SDRs in Canada!
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2016, 08:49:13 am »
Ping me if anything opens up in embedded software, please.
One day your wife tells you "either the electronics equipment goes or I do." Which path do you take?
 

Offline satchel

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Re: Help us build Satellites (Ya the space kind) and SDRs in Canada!
« Reply #3 on: February 11, 2017, 01:00:13 pm »
Hey I'm a third year EE undergrad at Ryerson University. I have been interested in kepler since it's affiliation with the DMZ.

I'm not nearly as experienced as the engineers you're looking for, but if you have any internship positions or opportunities to learn I'd be really interested.

Here are some projects although not entirely related, have some work I've done including some VHDL.

https://github.com/satchelfrench
 

Offline stephen_kepler

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Re: Help us build Satellites (Ya the space kind) and SDRs in Canada!
« Reply #4 on: November 18, 2017, 05:49:22 am »
Great to see more and more "small space" companies popping up!  How far are you guys from launching hardware?

Soon! Very soon! , End of this year or very early next!

Ping me if anything opens up in embedded software, please.

Will do!

Hey I'm a third year EE undergrad at Ryerson University. I have been interested in kepler since it's affiliation with the DMZ.

I'm not nearly as experienced as the engineers you're looking for, but if you have any internship positions or opportunities to learn I'd be really interested.

Here are some projects although not entirely related, have some work I've done including some VHDL.

https://github.com/satchelfrench

We're always looking for good interns/students, drop us a resume/application and send me a note
 


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