RF Product Development Intern

Job ID 2021-2374
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Shure offers a challenging and rewarding summer internship program. The twelve week program is offered to undergraduate students that have completed at least 2 years of college, as well as graduate students. Each intern will receive a competitive salary and students who reside out of Illinois will receive a housing stipend to cover living expenses for hybrid or onsite internships. Applications will be collected, reviewed and selected candidates will be contacted in late fall/early winter.


The RF Product Development Intern will work within Shure product teams on design, prototyping, and testing RF circuitry.


This internship will be 100% onsite. 


Under the supervision of an engineer within the Digital Wireless Department will include circuitry work in the area of:

  • RF amplifiers
  • mixers
  • synthesizers
  • filters
  • antennas

Additionally, you will:

  • assemble prototypes
  • perform system/sub-system evaluations on wireless transmitters and receivers
    • includes evaluation of bit error rate, blocking, sensitivity, transmit emissions mask, and overall link performance


• Must have completed two years of coursework in Electrical Engineering or related area with coursework in RF areas such as electromagnetics and wireless systems desired.
• Basic knowledge, understanding, and some bench experience designing RF circuits including:
o    understanding components at RF
o    resonant circuits
o    amplifiers/bias
o    filters
o    impedance matching
o    s-parameters, etc.
• Basic knowledge of wireless communication systems, transmitters, receivers, wireless system parameters.
• Comfortable with test and measurement equipment such as signal generators, spectrum analyzers, and network analyzers desired.
• Experience with antenna design and/or simulation desired.
• Specialized computer skills – experience with ADS, HFSS, Python desired.
• Must be able to work collaboratively within a cross-functional team environment.
• Strong verbal and written communication skills.


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