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The demand for professionals in the RF engineering field has never been greater.

Some of the responsibilities of RF engineer include ensuring RF test equipment is calibrated to industry standards as well as analyzing RF broadcasting equipment and suggesting improvements. Other common jobs:

  • Testing the performance of existing wireless networks
  • Ensuring regulatory standards are met
  • Conducting laboratory tests on RF equipment
  • Using computer software to design RF installations for new wireless networks
  • Troubleshooting network issues

RF engineering is vital for developing the technology people use to communicate. RF engineers design, monitor and implement the systems that use radio frequencies to send and receive signals.

With the use of transmitters and antennas, the radio frequency field can be used for several types of wireless communications.

The RF spectrum is separated into numerous ranges or bands. With the exemption of the low-frequency segment, every band denotes an increase of frequency similar to an order of magnitude. There are 8-bands in the RF spectrum with ranges of frequency and bandwidth.

The SHF (super high frequency) and EHF (extremely high frequency) bands are frequently referred to as the microwave spectrum and have received considerable attention in recent years for powering 5G wireless communications.

There are considerable benefits to using RF in industrial environments, such as versatility. For industrial companies that have a presence over a large land area and when, moreover, it is difficult to access, using this type of communications can be a good option.

Cost savings is also a point to bear in mind since a major investment in material is not necessary to give communication support to a large land area.

Additionally, the radio frequency networks owned by industrial companies are private and, therefore, provide greater security in terms of privacy. It is also necessary to comply with a series of regulations when transmitting radio communications and the simple act of passive listening on certain frequencies is considered a crime.

Radio frequency is commonly associated with the communications sector, but RF has many more applications.

Want to learn more? Tonex offers RF Engineering Training, an intense 4-day bootcamp that incorporates theory and practices to illustrate the role of RF into almost everything that transmits or receives a radio wave.

Tonex also offers 13 other Basic and Advanced RF Training Courses, including:

Cellular Networks Performance Workshop Training (3 days)

Modeling and Simulation RF Systems Training (3 days)

RF Safety Training (2 days)

Inspection and Documenting Wireless Site Configuration Training Course (2 days)

RF Training Advanced (2 days)

For more information, questions, comments, contact us. 

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