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     Date Submitted:14-03-2011
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     Current job:Telecommunications Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, ,
     KeywordsI am a telecommunications engineer with a specialisation in microelectronics. Since 2006 I have been working in the space market as technical responsible of VSAT communication ground stations for international customers.
    CV

    Born 1st/December/1980

    EDUCATION 

    MASTER 2 PROFESSIONAL ICEM (Electronic and Microelectronic Circuits Integration)
    French official diploma expedited by the INP-ENSEEIHT, Toulouse, 2004-2005
    http://www.mastertlse.com

     

    INGENIERO DE TELECOMUNICACIÓN (Telecommunications engineer)
    Universidad de Cantabria. Santander, 1998-2004.
    http://www.unican.es

    Specialised in Microelectronics

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    Telecommunications Engineer in Indra Espacio S.A.
    Space Communications division of the main Spanish telecommunications group.
    http://indra.es/

    Date and place:          San Fernando de Henares (Madrid), SPAIN. From Mars 2007 up to now

    Functions:

    -          Project ONDA 2.

    Customer: Moroccan Airport’s National Organization (ONDA).

    Objective: Extension with 6 new stations of a existing satellite network for air traffic data.

    Duration: 1 year. Frequent missions abroad (more than 90 days in Morocco).              

    Tasks: Integration and test. Manual drafting and customer training.

     

    -          Project Bibanda 5.

    Customer : Spanish Air Force

    Objective: Creation of 2 transportable satellite communications terminals for X/Ku bands.

    Duration: 4 months.         

    Tasks: Integration and test.

     

    -          Project ONDA 3.                    

    Customer: Moroccan Airport’s National Organization (ONDA).

    Objective: Extension with 3 new stations of a existing satellite network for air traffic data.

    Duration: 1 year. Frequent missions abroad (more than 30 days in Morocco & Western Sahara).

    Tasks: Design, integration and test. Manual drafting and customer training.

    Position: Project’s technical responsible.

     

    -          Project TSGT.            

    Customer: North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NC3A)

    Objective: Update of seven transportable satellite communications terminals.

    Duration: 9 months. Occasional missions abroad (Italy)

    Tasks: Design, integration and test

    Position: Project’s technical responsible.

     

    -          Project DINAC.

    Customer: Paraguayan National Civil Aviation Direction (DINAC).

    Objective: Creation of a 6 stations’ satellite network for air traffic data.

    Duration: 1 year. Frequent missions abroad (more than 60 days in Paraguay).           

    Tasks: Design, integration and test. Manual drafting and customer training.

    Position: Project’s technical responsible.

     

    -          Others:                                   Presales analysis and offers writing.

     

    Telecommunications Engineer in TTI Norte S.L.
    TTI is an SME working in the state-of-art and forefront technologies of key industrial sectors: space, defence, science and telecom.
    http://www.ttinorte.es/

     

    Date and place:          Santander, SPAIN. From June 2006 to Mars 2007.

    Functions:

    -          Viability study of a DSP board control system for an autorientable antenna for mobile land platforms. 4 months.

    -          Missionin EADS Casa Espacio (Madrid). Collaboration in control electronics for a reconfigurable active antenna in Ka band. 10 weeks.

    -          Construction of a programmable PLL controller. 3 months.

     

    Telecommunications Engineer in EADS-CCR
    European Aeronautic, Defence and Space Society’s Common Research Centre.
    http://www.eads.com

    Date and place:          Blagnac, FRANCE. From April 2005 to September 2005.
    End of master project.

    Functions:

    -          CAD model construction for an A318 Airbus 1/18 mock-up.

    -          Digital simulation of antennae (coupling and radiating diagrams).

    -          Matching with real measures taken in anechoid chamber.

     

    Training period in LAAS-CNRS
    Systems’ Architecture and Analyse Laboratory of the National Scientific Research Centre.
    http://www.laas.fr/

    Date and place:          Toulouse, FRANCE. From October 2003 to June 2004.
    End of studies project (with an Erasmus bourse).

    Functions:

    Design and construction of the motor bloc for a surgical operations portable robot tool.

    Piece’s conception with Catia V5, onboard software and PC’s interface programmation, final assembly and test bench.

     

    CONGRESS AND SEMINARIES

    -          Javascript and Java languages initiation for web designing
    University of Cantabria’s summer course. 30 hours.

    -          Matlab & Simulink
    University of Cantabria’s summer course. 30 hours.

    -          3rd Journeys about innovation in engineering and computers
    Universitary Association for Computers Development (AUDIN). 20 hours.

    -          4th Journeys about innovation in engineering and computers
    Universitary Association for Computers Development (AUDIN). 20 hours.

    -          SkyWAN Station Commissioner
    ND Satcom GmbH certificate. 30 hours.

    -          SkyWAN PreSales Expert
    ND Satcom GmbH certificate. 30 hours.

    -          SkyWAN VSAT Network Operation
    ND Satcom GmbH certificate. 30 hours.

     

    SKILLS

    Operating Systems:                WINDOWS, UNIX

    Bureau Tools:                         WORD, EXCEL, VISIO, POWERPOINT, ORIGIN

    Programming Languages:       C, ADA, VISUAL BASIC, JAVA, ASSEMBLER (MC68000 & PIC), HTML

    Electronics’ software:             PSPICE, MMICAD, ORCAD, MPLAB, CADENCE, ASERIS-EMC2000, ADS, P-CAD 2004, VISUAL STUDIO

    Signal treatment:                    MATLAB

    Microelectronics:                     HDL LANGUAGES (VHDL & VERILOG), FPGA, DSP (ADSP-21161N)

    Communication protocols:      IP, FRAME RELAY

    CAD Tools:                              CATIA, AUTOCAD, MICROSTATION, GID-CEM

    Lab instruments:                    OSCILLOSCOPE, MULTIMETRE, SIGNAL GENERATOR, LOGIC

    ANALYSER, SPECTRUM ANALYSER, OTDR

    Satellite Com. Equipment:      SAT. MODEM, TRANCEIVER, LNB, FREQUENCY CONVERTERS, HPA

    Network Equipment:               MODEM, ROUTER, FRAD, ETHERNET SWITCH, SWITCH MATRIX

     

    LANGUAGES

    Spanish:          Mother language.

    English:           Fluent. Cambridge’s University’s First and Advanced certificates.

    French:              Very fluent. I have studied, worked and lived in France between October 03 & October 05.

     

    OTHERS

    Driving license:            Type B

    Mobility:                      Ready to national and international destinations as well as studding new languages.

    Interests:                    Trips, music, reading (principally in Spanish and French) and practising sports (football and cycling).


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