Radio Frequency (RF) engineering is a huge and rising industry as radio frequency engineering continues to help drive the world across many applications in both the public and private sectors.
Over the last few years, it went up from simple commercial radio, TV and military communication techniques to being a crucial area of technology that is needed for the global economy.
Wi-Fi, satellite communications, 5G networks and more are all possible through RF technology.
Most experts in this area predict that the demand for qualified RF engineers will continue to grow across all segments of the supply chain from carrier to chip manufactures. This in large part is due to the exponential growth of sensors related to IoT (wearables, home automation, connected cars, etc.)
Also, for RF engineers employed at telecom service providers, the need to find service disrupting interference is more critical than ever. As the spectrum becomes more crowded, and more relied upon for critical applications, telecoms need to ensure that connectivity is fast, stable, and uninterrupted.
The trend is clear, technology innovation will increase at an even faster rate in the future. This has been particularly true in communications as RF technology becomes ubiquitous in daily life. Radio Frequency (RF) technology is critical to many aspects of modern electronics.
This is because RF engineering is incorporated into almost everything that transmits or receives a radio wave across the whole of the RF spectrum (3 KHz to 300 GHz), including mobile phones, radios, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.
With the Internet of Things (IoT) and even greater wireless connectivity, there will be increased demand for RF specialists and RF engineering jobs.
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