Under general supervision, incumbents must have course work in the discipline requested on the task order Statement of Work.
The Cyber / Science and Technology Department at NIWC Pacific delivers leading information warfare capabilities. Responsibilities include signal processing such as re-sampling, frequency conversion, and filtering. These tasks enable data analyses and establish metrics for satisfying requirements. The development of signal processing techniques will better enable the Warfighter.
The student shall provide a bi-weekly report to the supervisor. The student should meet with supervisor, preferably in person, but email and telephone meetings are also accepted, to explain the results and accomplishments. When requested, the student should produce a written report of the work performed.
The student must be at the Junior or Senior level and have experience in 50% of the task requirements and be able to accomplish 50% of the work independently. Is not required to be an SDSU Student.
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