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Dense Air Networks serves the United States, Europe and Asia-Pacific, including a comprehensive mid-band and high-band spectrum portfolio of licensed and shared access assets.

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    Current Openings
    Cloud Engineer
    Core Integration Engineer
    Software Architect
    RAN Planning Engineer
    Core Product Manager
    NQT Developer
    Marketing Manager
    RAN Product Manager (Outdoor Small Cell)
    Customer Support Manager (New Zealand)
    Project Manager
    Field Verification Engineer (Core)
    Training Engineer (Core)
    Systems Engineer
    Senior Demo/POC Engineer
    Antenna Engineer
    Senior S/W Engineer
    Mechanical Engineer
    Key Partner Technical Lead
    Head of Software
    Core Integration Engineer (US)
    RAN Engineer (US)
    Field Verification Engineer (RAN)
    Commercial Finance Manager
    Services Integration Engineer
    Senior Test Development Engineer
    Network Engineering Manager
    Data Product Manager
    Senior System Test Engineer
    Senior Integration Engineer
    System Test Engineer
    RAN (Radio Access Network) interfaces that support interoperability between different vendors’ equipment encouraging innovation and offering greater network flexibility at a lower cost than the traditional closed and expensive single-vendor alternative.
    Shared physical infrastructure—radios, antennas, switches—and either shared or licensed spectrum available securely to multiple carriers and service providers.
    A network of tall towers that transmit low bandwidth radio signals across a multi-mile geographic radius.
    A network of low-powered radios discreetly mounted on street poles, buildings, or indoors near end-user consumption that transmit high bandwidth, targeted radio signals across a radius of hundreds or thousands of feet.
    Hard-to-reach network boundaries with the weakest signal strength and highest interference where demand is highest and the macro signals are poorest.
    Base stations that connect with users’ LTE and 5G handsets.