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     Date Submitted:17-11-2014
     Last Modified:25-11-2014 (07:44)
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     Current job:Research assistant
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     Keywordshardware designer, TTC engineer, RF desginer
    CV

    Briefing

    I am a telecommunications engineer specialized in RF both, analogue and digital electronic equipment design. I worked developing transponder equipment for the most relevant satellites: MTSAT I y II models, Herschel & Planck satellites, Leostar backpannel, etc.


    Key Skills

    - Extensive experience in radiofrequency equipment design and testing (7+ years)

    - Very strong writing, drawing and understanding skills of technical documentation, electrical schematics and diagrams

    - Project management

    - Strong interpersonal skills and client facing

     

    Achievements

    -    Develop basic design schematic of an important electronic board for an University project in Sydney – Australia

    -    Conceptual design of non-functional testing methods for an electro-mechanical railways signalling equipment in Madrid – Spain

    -    Design PLL electronic circuitry for an important scientific mission satellites for ESA in Madrid - Spain

     

    Career History


    Research assistant at the Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications School in UNSW.                     Jun 2012 – Actual

     

    Key Projects:

    .     Researching and designing electronic board PC104 with the Namuru receiver for the project QB50 satellites equipment for the Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications School of the University of NSW.

    .     Researching of microsatellites Cubesat best set up for the masters in Satellites Systems program developed by the Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications School of the University of NSW.

     

    Project Consultant – RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety) department.                                  Feb 2008 – May 2011

     

    Key Projects:

    .     Developing Safety analysis, failure tree and FMECAS for the mechanical parts of BOOM System (Airbus A330 in-flight Air Refuelling System) for EADS/CASA (Madrid, Spain 2008).

    .     Studying and developing non-functional battery test for interlocking electronic card WESTRACE/MARK II according to the UNE railway European normative for DIMETRONIC (Madrid, Spain 2009).

    .     Researching and developing all technical documentation, electrical plans, interfaces plans and material and wire list of COMSSIC project for the Spanish navy ships for Indra Systems (Madrid, Spain 2009-2011).

    .     Researching and developing all technical documentation, electrical plans, interfaces plans and material and wire list of the SECOMSAT project for the Spanish navy ships radars for Indra Systems (Madrid, Spain 2010-2011).

     

     


    Engineer TTC Subsystems – TTC (Telecommand, Tracking and Control) Department                                         Sept 2000 – Feb 2007

     

    Key Projects:

     

    .     Designing and developing two FM Receptors electronic equipments in the VHF band for the project MTSAT to the Japan Metheorological Agency (Madrid, Spain 2000-2002).

    .     Designing and testing the back panel board for LEOSTAR transponder equipment. (Madrid, Spain 2001).

    .     Designing and developing two FM Transmitters electronic equipment in the VHF band for the project MTSAT II to the Japan Metheorological Agency (Madrid, Spain 2003-2004).

    .     Designing and develop FM transponders equipment in the X-Band frequency for Herschel – Planck, for the ESA (European Space Agency) (Madrid, Spain 2004-2007).

    .     Studying and doing a conceptual design of a FM down-converter electronic equipment for COMS project for South Korean Aerospace and Research Institute (KARI) (Madrid, Spain 2007).

     

    Scholarship at TTC Subsystems – TTC (Telecommand, Tracking and Control) Department                             Feb 2000 – Sept 2000

    Thales Alenia Space (Former Alcatel Space) Madrid.

     

    .     Giving technical support to main projects

    .     Testing EQM equipments in laboratories

    .     Writing technical documentation

    .     Simulate radiofrequencies signals and complex electrical systems with electronic software.

     

    Education

     

    Diploma IT

    Australasia Academies – Sydney, Australia

    Jan 2013 – Nov 2014

     

    PhD in Telecommunications systems and technologies

    ETSI Telecommunications– Madrid, Spain.

    In progress

     

    Postgraduate in satellite communications "Specialist in satellite communications"

    EUI Telecommunications University– Madrid, Spain.

    Nov 2005.

     

    Telecommunications Engineering “Radiofrequency specialist”

    ETSI Telecommunications - Madrid, Spain.

    Dec 2000.

     

    Computer and other Skills

     


    Electrical design software: LIBRA circuit simulation, PCSPICE, ADS, AWR, EAGLEWARE, MENTOR graphics. Expert level


    Electronic equipment management: Oscilloscopes, frequency, spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, bolometers, polymeters, phase noise meters, from brands such as: Agilent, HP, Texas Instruments. Expert level.


    Operative systems: Windows 7, XP, ME, 98, 95, NT, 3.11. User level.


    Microsoft Office: Excel, Microsoft Word, Power Point, Access. Expert level.

     

    LAN / WAN network administrator:Configuring Cisco switches and Routers, LAN/WAN networks.  Basic level.


    Computer languages: Html, Adobe Macromedia Dreamweaver, Turbo Pascal, C, C++, J #, Visual Basic.NET, Mat Lab, Php, SQL, VMware.


    Computer Graphic and video Design: 3D Studio Max, Paint Shop Pro and Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, Camtasia Studio 8, Microstation. User level

     

    Language Skills

     


    Spanish: Mother tongue

    English: IELTS general overall: 6.0; Ability academy: Advance level

    German: Pre intermediate level

    French: notions

     

    References

    Ernesto Lopez Cuaresma -RF Subsystems Engineering Manager; Thales Alenia Space Spain.

    Sebastian Cobo de la Morena- Technical Publication Manager; Indra Systems.s.a.

    Andrew Dempster – Director of ACSER (Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research). Sydney. Australia.


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