CompTIA Linux+
Certification Introduction
Linux is known as an open source platform similar to the UNIX operating system.  It enables a range of different devices. Nearly every commercial platform works on Linux operating system starting from banking apps to your social networking sites.

Almost all supercomputers and cloud servers run Linux due to its open source compatibility, with several other devices near your home and workplace, such as firewalls and routers. Since it is an open source of the operating system, it becomes easy for another software developer to modify the source code, and this would help to achieve the desired software as per the requirements.

Linux+ provides a step-by-step demonstration of various commands, utilities, and configuration options which an IT professional need to know before taking up the certification.

CompTIA Linux+ salary validates the competencies required of an early career system administrator supporting Linux systems for various IT businesses around the world.

A Radio Frequency Engineer, also known as an RF Engineer, is an electrical engineer who specializes in devices that receive or transmit radio waves. All of our wireless and mobile devices operate on radio waves, so our tech-centered society would not be possible without the work of RF Engineers. These Engineers often work in a collaborative environment both with other RF Engineers and stakeholders in other disciplines.

A RF Engineer is a skilled position that requires both a Bachelor’s degree and completion of a state licensure exam. State Licensure is required for an aspiring RF Engineer because so many positions are with public telecommunications companies. Other possible employers include the military or a radio broadcast stations. There also are a limited number of research positions available in academia.

 

RF Engineer Duties and Responsibilities
RF Engineers specialize in designing, implementing and maintaining wireless communication systems. The following duties and responsibilities illustrate what that looks like broken down into tangible tasks