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     Date Submitted:18-07-2011
     Last Modified:08-01-2012 (04:26)
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     Current job:Satellite Navigation Engineer - CNES
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordssatellite communications, space systems, links, radio

    Professional Experience

    Internship – French Space Agency CNES (Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales) « April 2011 – present || Toulouse, France »
    Study of the degradations produced in GNSS receivers due to multipath. Theoretical research, measuring campaign in urban environments. Signal treatment and post-analysis in laboratory. Matlab/Simulink and JGNSS were daily software used during this internship.

    Internship – SETEC ITS Paris « Mai 2009 – August 2009 || Paris, France »

    As a technical consultant I took part in a French project in order to update de security norms for the tunnels in France. These new norms affected the radio systems and more precisely the TetraPol ones. During five months I worked in a team in order to deploy new IT equipment that would permit the accomplishment of the new legislation.


    Last year of Master of Science in Telecommunications and Network Management Engineering.

    Embedded systems and spatial communications specialization. Once I finished my courses, I worked with Rockwell & Collins on a Cognitive Radio project. Our work team was composed by a Moroccan girl and two Lebanese and Algerian guys respectively, so I had the opportunity of developing my technical and personal skills in a multicultural environment.

    POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF MADRID (UPM - ETSIT) «2009 – 2011 || Madrid, Spain»
    Master of Science in Telecommunications and Network Management Engineering

    Final Research Project – “Low Power Fully Integrated Receiver for ZigBee Networks “
    Study, design and simulation of a low power RF receiver working in the 2.4 GHz band for ZigBee networks. The study and simulations where all carried out using Cadence CAD software over UNIX.

    POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF MADRID (UPM - EUITT) «2004 – 2008 || Madrid, Spain»
    Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications Engineering


    Spanish Mother Tongue

    French Bilingual

    English Bilingual

    Italian Good level

    Portuguese  Beginner

    Technical Proficiencies

    Satellites; GEO systems. DVB-S/S2/RCS/SH. GPS/Gallileo/Clonnass. Payload and on-board treatment. Radio-Links, Capacity management

    Real Time Systems; AFDX. FDDI. ARINC 629/429. CAN. OSEK. Lustre.
    Mobile Networks; GSM. GPRS. UMTS.

    Conmmutation Networks; TCP/IP (v4/v6). Ethernet. IEEE 802.11. Frame Relay. ATM. VLAN. MPLS. VPN. QoS. Routing (OSPF, RIP, BGP). SNMP.

    Design; Cadence. MatLab. MicroWave Office. Spice. Visual Studio.

    Languages; C/C++. Java

    Laboratory; Oscilloscope. Spectrum Analyzer. Vector Network Analyzer. OTDR.

    OS; Windows. UNIX/Linux.

    Applications Adobe Photoshop/Light Room/Dreamweaver. MS Project. MS Office.

    Personal Proficiencies

    Radio Member of Radio Association at University


    Music magazine

    Sports Football for the University team during my years of study. Tennis and daily running.


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