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Graduate Course Developer

The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) is seeking a talented individual to develop a graduate-level course on spectrum management for students with a bachelor's degree in physics or astronomy. This 2-credit, 90-contact-hour course will be delivered online and completed asynchronously. The ideal candidate will create a comprehensive curriculum covering key concepts like spectrum management terms, national and international agencies, allocation tables, the FCC Rulemaking process, RF wave propagation, and interference detection and mitigation. Responsibilities include developing recorded lectures, reading assignments, student activities, and assessments. If you're passionate about education and have experience in Spectrum Management, click the button below to learn more about this opportunity. 

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This course is being produced by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) as part of the National Radio Dynamic Zone (NRDZ) project. The NSF-funded NRDZ project has developed an NRDZ concept definition, designed and developed a prototype advanced spectrum monitoring device, and increased awareness of spectrum-related issues through educational programs. If you would like to learn more about this program please click here.

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