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Module Design Engineering Intern

Experience Level:  Internship
Job Type:  Intern

AZ - Chandler, US

Requisition ID:  6075

Qorvo’s Internship Program is designed for college students currently enrolled in an accredited Bachelor’s, Master’s, or PhD program.  Qorvo offers real work experience, exposure to upper management, and the opportunity to pursue full time opportunities, as available.


Qorvo’s Internship Program offers:

  • Challenging, skill-building assignments
  • Mentoring and coaching from industry experts
  • Lunch & Learns and other learning opportunities
  • Collaborative team-based work environment
  • Networking and social events
  • Final presentation to business leaders



Qorvo’s Module Design Engineering Internships are offered in our Advanced Cellular Engineering business group.  Specific projects and responsibilities will be determined based on the business needs at the time of the internship assignment.


Responsibilities may include:

  • Contribute to design of multiple functional blocks including Power amplifier, LNA, switch or acoustic filters
  • Meet performance requirements while also considering size, cost, footprint, and schedule
  • Produce designs with increasing complexity from customer demands for LTE, carrier aggregation, multiple antennas, filters, and power management
  • Adapt to new customer requirements for ruggedness, ESD, and quality
  • Work as a member of a team to contribute design schematics, simulations, and real lab data
  • Work with signal generators, spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, and power meters to compare simulated data to real lab data
  • Take customer specifications/block diagrams and floorplan/optimize module solution that meets size, performance, packaging, and footprint requirements
  • Work as a member of a cross-function team to integrate functional blocks (Power Amplifiers, LNA, acoustic filters, SOI switches) into module environment
  • Build complex HFSS models of modules (substrate, PA die, filter die, SOI die, SMDs) to capture coupling paths and module shielding effects
  • Run FMS (full module simulations) across all functional states to identify compliance issues and provide solutions to improve margin to specifications
  • Support model vs. measured studies of module blocks (SOI die, PA, filters0



  • BS, MS or PhD in Electrical Engineering
  • Student must have completed some analog/RF circuit design course work
  • Exposure to RF measurement equipment such as, spectrum analyzers and network analyzers preferred
  • Software Exposure:  ADS, AWR, FEM, HFSS, Momentum, Cadence, Dynamic Link
  • Minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Strong collaboration skills
  • Self-Starter with good communication skills
  • Effective organization skills for systematic planning and scheduling
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills to convey complex technical information
  • Detail oriented to ensure design and delivery of high yielding products
  • Be able to enjoy working in fast paced work environment

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