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Before you apply for one of our RF Technician freelance jobs, our clients will want to see that you have the requisite credentials and experience to bring to bear on their unique needs. In most cases, RF Technician jobs require a degree in computer science, IT, network technologies or a related field. Industry recognized certification is also advantageous. Beneficial certifications include RFID certification issued by the RFID Professional Institute, wireless certification issued by Anritsu, or any certifications issued by iNARTE.

RF Technician Skills & Job Outlook

The future is full of opportunity for RF Technicians. In the digital era, many operations of all shapes and sizes are reliable in RF communications and regularly require assistance in developing, testing and supporting systems.

Devices that use RF technology are abundant and found in a range of fields and industries such as spectrum analyzers, vector network analyzers, power supplies, signal generators, power meters, battery emulators, and pulse generators… All of which an RF technician will come into contact with regularly throughout their duties. Because these devices are so ubiquitous there are a wealth of opportunities for RF Technicians now and long into the future.