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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:20-01-2015
     Last Modified:22-01-2015 (10:39)
    Job information
     Current job:Regulatory and spectrum affairs senior engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Business Services, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsGood verbal and writing communication skills in English and Arabic. Working at Nilesat from 2007 as Telecommunication engineer so got a deep knowledge of Satellite systems and its operations. Joined Nilesat Strategy team from 2008 and specially involved
    CV

     

    Regulatory and Spectrum Affairs Senior Engineer (Satellite systems)

     

    Summary

    o   Achieve a BSc. degree from Cairo University (Egypt) in Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering at 2006.

    o   Good verbal and writing communication skills in English and Arabic.

    o   Working at Nilesat from 2007 as Telecommunication engineer so got a deep knowledge of Satellite systems and its operations.

    o   Joined Nilesat Strategy team from 2008 and specially involved in the Regulatory and Spectrum affairs.

    o   As Nilesat is a sector member at ITU-R, Participate in the ITU working groups, CPM, and WRC as the primary point of contact to shape the spectrum policies that protect the company strategy.

    o   Solid knowledge of the ITU Radio Regulations and ITU BR software and databases.

    o   Prepared many APIs, CRCs and Notification files for Nilesat, starts to put the plan for coordination requirements and strategy for the CRCs fillings.

    o   Developed a software to calculate interference according to Radio Regulations and recommendations between two networks using excel vba and SRS database format.

    o   Hands-on experience in coordination of satellite networks, active participation in several coordination meetings with other operators like Eutelsat, Arabsat, etc… and also administrations like Norway, Israel, France.

    o   Negotiating skills and ability to strategically assess evolving positions during a coordination meeting.

    o   Self-motivated, well organized candidates with an ability to analyses things and get creative solutions.

    o   Involved in various key projects including satellite internet (one way – two way) regulations and satellite design needs, Nilesat new satellite project planning design, and implementation, and other confidential projects.


    Academia

    University                   : Cairo (Egypt)

    College                        :Faculty of Engineering

    Degree                        :Bachelor in Electronics And Telecommunication

    Date                            :May 2006

    Overall grade             :Good

    Final project              :Simulation and Implementation of PLC (Power Line Communication) Modem based on Wi-Fi 802.11a using Matlab as a simulation environment and ADSP-21061 implementation platform

    Project grade             : Excellent

     

     

    Skills & Further Readings

     

    Personality Skills

     

    ·         Creative

    ·         Determination

    ·         Self - motivated

    ·         Strong problem solving

    ·         Mathematical aptitude

    ·         Attention to details

    ·         Effective communication skills

     

    Computer Skills

    ·         Internet

    ·         MS Office specially (VBA macros)

    ·         PC Maintenance

     

    Cad Skills

    ·         Spice

    ·         Matlab

     

    Interests

    ·         Programing.

    ·         GSM(self-study)

    ·         CCNA (self study)

    ·         Linux(basic uses)

    ·         Operating systems

    ·         C++ language (OOP)

     

    Projects and Training

     

    Project                        Satellite Operation in inclined orbit

    Description                 Contribute in putting NILESAT 102 in inclined orbit study group for study its effectiveness and challenges.

    Company                   Airbus Space and Defense with Nilesat

     

     

    Project                        Satellite end of life cycle

    Description                 Contribute in putting NILESAT 101 in grave-yard study group for study its effectiveness and challenges.

    Company                   Astrium with Nilesat

     

     

     

    Project                        Satellite channels immigration

    Description                 Participate inNILESAT 101 and NILESAT 102 satellites channels immigration to NILESAT 201 satellite preparation and coordination.

    Company                   NILESAT with may customers like OSN

     

     

    Project                        NILESAT 201 In Orbit Test (IOT)

    Description                 Participate inNILESAT 201 satellite in orbit tests.

    Company                   Thales Alenia Space with Nilesat

     

     

    Course                        Satellite control procedures(onsite training Cairo)

    Description                 On job training for satellite operational and control procedures.

    Company                   Thales Alenia Space

     

     

    Course                        HiFly user and developer (Spain)

    Description                 Satellite control and monitoring using HiFly software

    Company                  GMV Spain

     

     

    Course                        MobileCommunication (CDMA)

    Description                 System description of CDMA

    Company                  High Tech. center

     

     

    Course                        Visual C++ (VC++)

    Description                 Fundamental of MFC

    Company                   Club of Electronics and Communication Engineers

     

     

    Course                        Voice Over IP (VOIP)

    Description                 Fundamentals of  VOIP

    Company                   Engineers Association

     

     

    Working Experience

     

    Position (current job)  Regulatory and Spectrum Affairs Engineer (senior)

    Reporting                   Nilesat Chief Technical Officer directly

    Duties                        

    ·      Ensure that the company projects compatible with national (National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority) and international (ITU) regulations.

    ·      Studies the ITU bi-weekly circulars (IFICs) to identify the possibilities of interfering the company systems and report it to NTRA.

    ·      Participate in ITU study groups, CPM, WRC, ensure that international regulations applicable to the spectrum use as Nilesat view, studies their outcome and report to Nilesat CTO their impact on Radio Regulations related to the company projects.

    ·      Assists NTRA in writing proposals and papers for presenting in ITU meetings like study groups, CPM and WRC.

    ·      Putting ITU fillings plan to satisfy the company growth strategy as a in orbital slot growth or new orbital slots.

    ·      Prepare ITU network fillings with its all stages of process (API, CRC, Notification) using ITU software.

    ·      Prepare coordination plan and strategy to coordinate the required satellite networks fillings and its frequencies.

    ·      Prepare interference calculations reports for a specific networks for helping in coordination process according to ITU radio regulations.

    ·      Attend networks coordination meetings with operators and administrations, prepare interference reports and proposed solutions for the coordination.

    ·      Study with NTRA the proposed general agreements to minimize the required coordination list.

    ·      Studies and plans for new services and applications that can be operated with current system or be considered for implementation for next generation (satellite internet).

    Company                   Egyptian Satellite Company “NILESAT”

    Period                         July 2008 till now

     

     

    Position                       Satellite Operation and Control Engineer (senior)

    Reporting                   NilesatSatellite operation manager directly

    Description                 Supporting Spacecraft Engineers in executing commands and procedures (periodic, HK maneuvers, payload...etc.) to the spacecraft, and carrying on the scheduled activities in daily operation plan.

                                        Informs Supervisor and responsible engineers in any subsystem in space section of any alarm associated with the spacecraft, and make a report after investigate this alarm.

                                        Monitors the status of the ground equipment hardware and software and prepare reports in case of hardware failure to RF engineer as well as Operation Manager.

                                        Have experience in two generations of Nilesat satellite platforms EUROSTAR 2000 and SPACE-BUS 4000B2 ,and have knowledge of many satellite software  like OPSWARE, OPSEEXECUTER , HIFLY, SCOMMS, PTM, CSM, FOCUSGEO, CARIOCA, etc.

                                        Attended SAT and IOT tests for last project “NILESAT 201”.

    Company                   Egyptian Satellite Company “NILESAT”

    Period                         July 2007 till December 2012

     

     

     

    Position                       Multimedia Broadcast Engineer ( part time )

    Reporting                   Daleel broadcast operation manager

    Duties                         MasterControls and Maintenance playout site ,working with tow servers and all system is HARRIS multimedia system.

    Company                   ASEELA CO for multimedia production and satellite channels.

    Period                         August 2008 till February 2009

     

     

    Position                       Multimedia Broadcast Engineer

    Reporting                   Beeatybroadcast operation manager

    Duties                         MasterControls and Maintenance playout site ,working with tow servers and all system is HARRIS multimedia system.

    Company                   Beeaty channel

    Period                         February 2007 – July 2007

     

     

    Personal Information

     

    Date of Birth              : August 17, 1984

    Place of Birth            : Egypt, Dakahleya

    Nationality                 : Egyptian

    Marital Status            : Married (have 2 child)

    Military Status           : Exempted

     

     

    Languages

    ·      Arabic (mother tongue)

    ·      English(fluent speaking and writing)

     

     

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