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     Date Submitted:05-09-2011
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     Current job:System Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
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     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsI'm a telecommunication engineer working in the GNSS domain since 7 years. Currently I’m in charge of ground to space verification as part Galileo of System Integration and Verification activities. Beside the AIVV experience, my professional skill is mo
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    SINCE 2005

    Responsible of “Signal & DSP Engineering” areas of BL Nav of Thales Alenia Space Italia for:

    o        All ongoing programmes

    o        R&D and Laboratory (NavCom Lab)

    o        Ongoing proposals

    ·       Technical responsible of Galileo Radio Frequency Compatibility Test RFCT & SCTCs (including PRS part) in L band;

    ·       Technical responsible for Galileo IOV “System Integration and Verification” signal test cases and procedures;

    ·       Technical responsible and technical manager of Galileo System Evaluation Equipment Signal Monitoring Facility GALSEE SMF (ASTRON/S&T/DEFT Netherland) (upon Galileo IOV phase)

    ·       Procurement responsible of FOC Signal Monitoring Facility Station in Galileo FOC (DLR Germany);

    ·       ESA External Experts in the frame of Galileo Test User Receivers TURs (Septentrio and Thav) procurement for classified and not classified receivers.

    ·       Technical responsible and test operator of Galileo Sensor Station (GSS) and test user receivers in the frame of Galileo System Integration and Verification SI&V phase  

    ·       Technical responsible of Galileo S band budget maintenance and external interference analysis

    ·       Responsible of GALSEE early experimentation for Giove B signal characterization.

    ·       Responsible of Signal Monitoring Laboratory Facility (SMLF) and signal tools procurement of BL NAV of TAS-I;

    ·       Technical coordination between GSTB V2 experimentation and IOV Verification activities

    ·       Subcontractor coordinator for IFEN (SIS Area up to IOV);

    ·       TAS-I Technical proposal responsible and TAS-I coordination of the following Galileo evolution programmes:

    o        “The Use of C Band for Navigation”, CAGIR project (GNSS Evolution 2008-2009)

    o        “EGNOS 2nd Generation Payload” (GNSS Evolution 2006-2008)

    o        “On board integrity monitoring (GNSS Evolution 2011-2012)

    Subcontractor coordinator for IFEN for Galileo signal aspect up to S-CDR (Germany);


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