Hardware Antenna Engineer

Celona was born with the idea that a combination of 5G radio technology, edge computing and machine learning software will fundamentally change how organizations work and do business. Our journey has started in 2019. Our founding team members have been part of companies like Qualcomm, Aruba, Cisco and have built products spanning technologies from chipsets to systems to cloud based software.

We obsessively value customer intimacy, thinking big while acting small, and diversity in everything we do.

Celona is hiring a Hardware Antenna Engineer: someone with a laser focus in accelerating the adoption of Celona's radio technologies in customer environments. Audiences for this role include Celona's engineering teams, product managers, solution architects, field system engineers and their channel partners. It is expected that you will influence Celona's product management and solution engineering efforts.

At Celona, we love working with new team members who are better than us in multiple dimensions - hence, we will value diversity in your approach to bring new products to life, encourage your original thinking in timely and effective growth of our hardware development efforts, and ask that you take leadership positions for key initiatives across the company even when acting as an individual contributor.

It is our ultimate goal to contribute positively to your career growth by providing you with a work environment where we have fun, make an impact and realize the benefits of our growth as a team. If you enjoy bootstrapping new product ideas for enterprise IT and OT audiences and bring a do-whatever-it-takes player/coach attitude, then we would love to hear from you.

Celona is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status. This candidate must eligible to work in the US.


  • Provide expertise in developing, deploying, and supporting hardware antenna devices
  • Deep knowledge of antenna design and testing with anechoic chambers and RF test equipment
  • Able to lead and provide guidance in RF circuit design and simulation
  • Has the ability to take RF design requirements from system level specifications, and familiarity with industry standard tools including Microwave Studio, Matlab and ADS.
  • Deep knowledge of wireless communication principles including link budget analysis and propagation channel modeling
  • Help lead internal and external design reviews
  • Support, improve, and document hardware testing  
  • Work hand-in-hand with leadership and PMs to improve overall hardware strategy

You will be an ideal candidate if you have:

  • BSc or MSc degree in Computer Science, telecommunications, Computer Networking or extensive experience in related area
  • 5+ years experience in designing Wifi andBluetooth RF circuits
  • 5+ years experience in PA and RF module design
  • 5+ years experience working on RF switch and/orRFIC/analog circuit design
  • Experience operating a production environment at high scale with emphasis on availability, latency and healthy customer experience
  • Experience with power amplifier input/output matching and optimization of ACP, P1dB, and spurs
  • Knowledge of various aspects of PCB design including schematic capture, layout and fabrication process
  • Experience with compliance and testing standards such as FCC, ETSI and MIL standards 
  • Good communication skills with a proven track record to build strong partnerships both internally and externally in the organization
  • Strong team player with a “can do” attitude, and the flexibility to jump in wherever needed

Bonus Points if you have:

  • Previous examples of your work
  • Awards and/or Industry Recognition
  • Cellular wireless experience


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