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what is RF behavioral modeling, what kind of job is it?

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Hi all,
i am new here, i am just curious about what RF behavioral modeling is all about. what kind of job it is? I just got an offer of a vacancy,and the boss told me to read some behavioral modeling material in RF ic and wireless communication. Is that a promising work?

thanks

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Oh, BTW, my major is Analog IC design, is this relevent to the job?
 

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Well,any behavioral modeling job involves coming up with the prototypes of all the devices you design. Typical tools which could be used are MATLaB/Simulink, Verilog A. There could also be some other tools which are proprietery. So all the parameters you look for in a design like your IIP3, NF, SNR, etc are actually modelled

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Thank u Vamsi
and is that job better or worse than IC circuit design using say cadence..is that a promising work?
 

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Are you dedicated to do the behaviroal modeling? or, that's just one of your
jobs? For example, you also need to design circuits with transistors.
 

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Well, no job is bad. Many people who do behavioral modeling will end up being system level designers. But, circuit design is coveted as well
 

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