Abdallah from Egypt applies for Blue Card United Kingdom

Telecommunications engineers

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Name of profession: Telecommunications engineers Name of latest business sector: Latest occupation/title: Protocol stack software engineer Latest main activities: LTE protocol stack software design, development and testing


Completed education: bachelor Title or Qualification: Bachelor Degree Specialisation: Electronics and Communications Engineering Additional trainings:

Preferred countries:

1. Preferred country | region / city: United Kingdom | 2. Preferred country | region / city: Germany | 3. Preferred country | region / city: France |

Language skills:

1. Language skills: english => excellent 2. Language skills: french => reasonable 3. Language skills: =>

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Key Skills
- Programming languages: C, x86 assembly, M (Matlab), Perl
- Software development tools: Eclipse, TortoiseSVN, Subclipse, Clearcase, Bugzilla, Visual Studio, Lauterbach TRACE32, Microsoft Visio, Visual Paradigm
- LTE protocol stack software development and testing
- Embedded systems software development
- Network security and TCP/IP protocol stack

Experience Mar. 2011 – Present Intel Corporation, Egypt
Intel Mobile and Communications Group (MCG), a part of our Intel Architecture Group (IAG), develops and markets innovative semiconductor products and solutions for mobile communication, especially in the rapidly growing market segments of smart phones and tablets, as well as entry phones.
Protocol stack software engineer
- Working mainly as an LTE Radio Resource Control (RRC) layer developer for cell search, reselection and handover measurements modules
- Developed multiple features in RRC layer. Features include: enhanced cell search, cell search and measurements handling after multiple radio access technologies support, DRX and power saving, signal strength reporting
- Designed and implemented test cases for testing the RRC layer after enhanced cell search feature development
- Participated in the LTE stack redesign to support multi-mode UE operation after integration with GSM and UMTS radio access technologies
- Participated in the design discussions before the implementation of features that I have developed
- Provided support to other developers and testers
- Performed bug analysis and fixing for bugs detected in host and platform testing activities
- Reviewed bug fixes done by other team members
- Participated in the LTE stack documentation by the addition and update of sequence charts, and architecture updates

Dec. 2009 – Mar. 2011 Sysdsoft, Egypt
SySDSoft, Inc. designs state-of-the-art baseband and RF/analog circuits for the growing wireless broadband market. SySDSoft’s solutions are designed to meet the substantial growth in wireless device deployments. The company’s products portfolio covers a variety of technologies such as WiMAX, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Wireless USB.
Embedded software engineer
- Tested newly developed releases of logger, and sockets to serial adaptation component on the target platform
- Performed testing and debugging for newly developed LTE stack code releases
- Implemented and executed 3GPP conformance test cases to perform blackbox testing for reselection and handover measurement features
- Performed throughput measurements of LTE stack on the target platform
- Maintained PHY abstraction layer updates after LTE stack new releases
- Documented the code for multiple LTE RRC components

Education Sep. 2004 – Jul. 2009 Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University
Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering
Graduation project: “Adaptive Antenna for Wi-Fi System Enhancement”: Design and implementation of a mechanical and a switched beam antenna to maintain the strongest Wi-Fi signal
- Designed and implemented a cylindrical waveguide antenna rotated by a stepper motor controlled by PC through a parallel port interface
- Designed and implemented a switched beam antenna using a 2x2 butler matrix with a patch antenna array. Microwave switches are controlled by a PC through a parallel port interface. Design is done by Agilent ADS microwave design and simulation tool
- Project grade: distinction
- Published a paper entitled "Adaptive antenna for Wi-Fi system enhancement," in IEEE potentials magazine, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 30-34, Jan., 2011

Other Skills
- Web: PHP and SQL
- Office tools: MS Office and Open Office
- Operating systems: Windows and Linux
- Excellent English language skills, TOEFL IBT score: 106



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