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Hi, I'm interested about situation in radio frequency engineering. Is there difficult to find a job in this profssion and what jobs exactly RF engineers do?
Whatever the curriculum says you have to study. Generally RF engineers are strong in math and, if you want to get into the circuit design arena, you have to really be on your game in terms of knowing the realistic capabilities of various components and board layout.Ok then, what is most important to study in RF engineering?
Buy one of those "build a radio" starter kits, or look into HAMming if it's allowed in your country.Or any advice about extra literature or any projects and interests that will help me to "get into" that job (like beginners career path)?
Depending on where you work and what context you're in it can be considered any of the above.One more thing that cofusing me all the time: Is RF engineering counting under electrical engineering, IT, or electronical sub? A lot of different categories on web is placed.