Job Title: GaAs Designer
In 2020, I graduated with my Master of Engineering degree in Telecommunications and Radiofrequency technology. Whilst working towards my Masters degree, I was a Microwave Engineer apprentice at Thales Alenia Space in Toulouse, France. During that time, I built my competence as an RF designer and my skills in the lab.
At Spirit Semiconductor, my role is a GaAs Designer. My day-to-day activities are helping the team design our next RF product, IC design to the laminate design, and also helping in the lab to characterise the performance of our products.
My interests are technology in general, sports (basketball, rugby, cycling) and travelling.
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