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    RF Test Engineer

     

    RF test engineer in space industry with 8 years of experience, motivated to bring his skills on attractive projects in RF and antennas domains through his expertise in:

     

    ·                    RF measurements

    ·                    Antenna test range techniques

    ·                    Team leadership

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    2011-2012       Consultant Engineer           Assystem, Cannes, France

     

    Thales Alenia Space              RF test engineer        Service AIT/SATRF

     

    RF responsible for thermal vacuum tests

    RF test engineer in clean room, thermal vacuum and compact range on “Spacebus” spacecrafts

    Test procedures writing and technical solutions development.

    Technical management of the Assystem RF team including two engineers and two technicians.

    Financial management of the service between Assystem and the customer Thales Alenia Space.

     

    Spacecraft programs: Apstar7A, Chinasat12, Yamal402 and AT2

     

     

     

    2005-2011       Consultant Engineer           Altran Méditerranée, Biot, France

     

    Thales Alenia Space              RF Engineer Antenna test range    Service IT/AER

     

    RF Antenna test responsible in charge of specifying and following antennas test campaigns for satellites. In charge of test set-up definition, test procedures writing and technical solutions development.

    RF engineers team management

    In charge of antennas tests campaigns for french mobile operator Bouygues Telecom. More than twenty antennas tested. Solutions given concerning the choice of base station antennas for the operator.

    Technical management of the Altran team including two engineers

    Financial management of the service between Altran and the customer Thales Alenia Space.

     

    Spacecraft programs: AMC23, Hotbird7A, Koreasat5, Planck RFDM and RFQM, Thaïcom5, Syracuse3B, Rascom1, Cosmo, Galaxy17, Amos3, Chinasat6B, StarOneC1, StarOneC2, Chinasat9, Turksat3A, Globalstar2, W2A, W7, CIEL2, Satcom1B and 1B, Thor6, Palapa1D, W3B, W3C, Rascom1R, Sentinel3, Nilesat.

     

    Antennas: Bouygues Telecom GSM/DCS/UMTS antennas, Bouygues Telecom hertzian antennas, ground station Chelton, INEO AMP antennas, Naval Antenna

     

    2005 (5 months)        Consultant Engineer            Altran Méditerranée, Biot, France

     

    Alcatel Alenia Space             RF test engineer        Service IT/MR

     

    RF Engineer in charge of preparation of tests and writing of procedures for RF tests on “Spacebus” spacecrafts in Antenna test Range

     

    Spacecraft programs: AMC23, Hotbird7A

     

     

    2003-2005       Engineer       Expectra, Toulouse, France

     

    EADS Astrium          RF test engineer        Service AIT/RF

     

    RF test engineer in clean room, thermal vacuum and compact range on “Eurostar” spacecrafts. In charge of tests preparation, writing procedures.

     

    Spacecraft programs: Intelsat 10-02, Inmarsat PFM, Anik F1R

     

     

    EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONNAL TRAINING

     


    2011 Project manager training                                              Biot

    2002Master’s Degree in Radiofrequency and Optical Telecommunications                          Limoges

              2001 Master’s Degree (1st year) in EEA option Telecommunications                         Nice

              2000 Bachelor’s degree in EEA                                                 Nice

              1999 Diploma of higher education in Physic- Electronic                                  Nice

             

     

              2002 Master’s degree in Radiofrequency and Optical Telecommunications                                            Limoges

              6 months within Alcatel Space                        Cannes, France

              In charge of writing algorithm and program to correct error of measure created by the mechanism of the system measurement of the antenna test range

     

     

    SPECIAL SKILLS

     


    Measurement devices:           VNA and PNA, Spectrum analyzer, synthesizer of frequencies, bolometer, acquisition system over elevation SA MIT

     

    Software language:                VHDL, PV-Wave

     

    Software:                               Pspice, Matlab, MDS, HP ADS (Momentum), MS Office, Lotus Note, Linux

     

    Language:                              French: native language

    English: good skills, both written and oral. BULATS : 87

     

     

              INTERESTS

     

    Passionate about travel and discovering new countries. Countries visited : USA (California, Texas, Colorado, New Mexico), Canada, Dominican Republic, England, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, Morocco, Tunisia.

    Motorcycling on mountain roads

    Other interests: Rugby, Football

     

                        

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