RAN Researcher - 5G / Wireless Systems

European Recruitment
Cranford, UK
Closing date
22 Sep 2020

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Technology & New Media
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Strong research background in 4G/5G research?

PhD in Wireless Systems or a related area?

RAN Researcher

European Recruitment are working closely with a leading Technology Research company, based in London, who are looking for a RAN Researcher to join their team.

In this role you will focused on supporting research and development on advanced wireless systems (Beyond 5G).

The role will involve active creation of intellectual property, contribution to standards primarily in 3GPP, participation in collaborative R&D projects, and dissemination in scientific and industry forums and consortia.


  • Candidates will have experience with research and lab prototyping.
  • Candidates will be able to demonstrate solid experience (minimum 2-3 Years) in designing and developing technologies and protocols for wireless systems.
  • Knowledge and experience with European (e.g. Horizon 2020) and national research and funding programs as well as contacts to local players, both academic as well as industrial is desirable.

Candidates will be expected to hold advanced degrees in EEE, CS or similar. A PhD qualification is certainly a plus but strong MSc candidates with equivalent accumulated academic or industrial experience will also be considered.

If this role is of any interest please apply directly on LinkedIn or send a copy of your CV to nh@eu-recruit.com

Key Words: RAN / Research / Researcher / Wireless / Systems / 4G / 5G / PhD / 3GPP

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