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     Date Submitted:30-09-2015
     Last Modified:30-03-2016 (07:01)
    Job information
     Current job:Telecommunications Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsDegree in telecommunication engineering Master of Science degree in Radar Engineering Computer Networks Systems Engineering Excellent English and Spanish skills Able to work with high pressure and hard workload RF Ground Stations Matlab Labview
    CV

    Summary

    I am a telecommunications engineer with strong formation in networks, RF, software and systems engineering. Currently, I am looking for an opportunity to live and work abroad to develop my career.

    Argentinian and Italian citizenship.

    Job Experience

    SARA Communications systems engineer at INVAP
    June 2015 - Present

    SARA is the acronym for Argentinean Aerial Robotic System, in English. A project to develop and manufacture class II and class III UAV´s.
    ▪    Requirements Engineering of UAs (Unmanned Aircrafts). Analysis of customer specifications and CONOPS. Definition, management and traceability of system requirements. Flow down of system requirements. System modelling using SysML and Sparks Enterprise Arquitect.
    ▪    Ground station engineering.
    ▪    Communication Systems Engineering. Payload links, Telemetry and Control data links, etc.
    ▪    RF Antenna simulations
    ▪    Project management activities. Work Packages creation.

    SADI Communications engineer at INVAP
    January 2014 - Present

    ▪    Architecture design, assembly, integration, test and validation of an airborne Wireless Communication System for video broadcasting (High data rate link). Network design. RF link calculation, throughput and performance tests on RF links.
    ▪    Architecture design, assembly, integration, test and validation of an airborne Wireless Communication System for TM/TC (High availability link).
    ▪    Project management activities. Work Packages creation.

    ARA Communications System Engineer at INVAP
    November 2014 - June 2015   

    ▪    Analysis of customer specifications and CONOPS. Requirements engineering of networks and communication systems for a vessel and a submarine of Argentinian Navy (ARA) C4I system. Definition, management and traceability of system requirements. Flow down of system requirements.
    ▪    System modelling, architecture design, interfaces definition (ICD) and conceptual engineering of a High Availability Mission-Critical Network and a Tactical Voice Communication System using MBSE methods and architecture frameworks (DoDAF, MODAF) using SysML and Sparks Enterprise Arquitect.

    ARSAT-I EGSE network engineer at INVAP
    April 2013 - November 2014

    ▪    Design, network planning, implementation, configuration of devices and testing of a High Availability Network for COTE (Check Out Test Equipment) and OCOE (Overall Check Out Equipment) of ARSAT-1 and ARSAT-2 Satellites. The system passed the verification and validation process of requirements. The system was used during AIT and launch campaigns of both Satellites.
    ▪    LabVIEW software development to automate the Radiated Susceptibility (EMI/EMC) tests of ARSAT-1and ARSAT-2 Satellites in anechoic chamber. The software controls High Power Amplifiers, Power sensors, field sensors, waveform generators, etc.  The software passed the verification and validation process of requirements.

    RF Engineering Professor at IDES - Instituto de Enseñanza Superior
    March 2015 - Present

    Computer Networks - Assistant Professor at Instituto Universitario Aeronáutico
    March 2015 - Present

    Student Researcher at Proyecto PIDDEF 017/10 (MINDEF-ARGENTINA)
    September 2011 - March 2013 (1 year 7 months)

    Tasks Performed:
    Analisys, design, simulation and implementation of Advanced Methods for Signal Processing. Design of Wavelet Digital Filters and EMD (Empirical Mode Decomposition) Filters in Matlab. Filter Implementation in FPGA (VHDL, Simulink/SystemGenerator).

    Student Internship at Clariphy Argentina S.A.
    March 2012 - September 2012 (7 Months)

    Tasks Performed: Design of Integrated Circuits - Analog Microelectronics. Design of high speed LVDS driver for a High Speed ADC.

    - Education

    Master of Science in Engineering. Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Córdoba-Argentina.
    Title: Magister en Sistemas de Radar e Instrumentación, 2012 - Present

    Instituto Universitario Aeronáutico. Córdoba-Argentina.
    Title: Telecommunications Engineer, 2006 - 2012

    University of Cambridge
    FCE, English Language and Literature, 2003

     

    Specialties

    Network Engineering, RF Engineering, Systems Engineering, Communication Systems, Requirements Engineering, Satellites, UAV, Project Management.

     

    Skills & Expertise

    Networking Protocols (TCP/IP, UDP, ARP, HTTP, Trunking, & Port Channeling, OSPF, RIP, STP, IPSec, HSRP, GLBP), Networking, Wireless Communication Protocols (802.11, 802.15.4, zigbee), CISCO technologies and solutions, SysML, Sparks Enterprise Architect, DoDAF, MBSE, Requirements Engineering, Systems Engineering, Labview, Matlab, Simulink, Linux, Satellite, Antennas, Electronics, Radars, Project Management, MS Project, PMI, RF Engineering, Latex,  Ground Station engineering, UAV.


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