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Engineer Engineering

Springfield, Virginia, United States
August 17, 2018

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Ramses Routier

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Springfield, VA 22152-2734

Home: 703-***-****

Cell: 571-***-****


OBJECTIVE: To use my Electrical/Electronics Engineering background, 27 years + of Radio Frequency experience as it relates to: Three plus year experience of Spectrum management coordinating with DOD, NTIA, FCC, NASA, and ITU to make sure interference does not occur between orbital satellite, earth station terminal, FSS earth station, and radiolocation (radars) between DOD and foreign countries. Eight years plus of Spectrum Engineering Certification to make sure that the Federal Agencies Systems are in compliance with NTIA emission Bandwidth requirement, Frequency Spectrum Allocation standard, and Electromagnetic Interference does not occur at existing site. Worked as a Patent Examiner, looking at invention related to Telecommunication Technology i.e. Wireless, Mobile phone, PCS, and Network terminal. Worked as a Technical expert in Radar technology for Bureau of Industry and Security to assess and classify technology transfer pertaining to radar, thermal imaging, Infrared Camera, Navigation, and Avionics systems based on Export regulation before transitioning the technology to other countries. Today, working at NTIA as a Spectrum Certification manager to assess Equipment/Spectrum use for Government Agencies on their systems before they become operational. Today looking for other opportunities upon retirement.


Bachelors of Science, Electrical Engineering, City College of New York, May 1988. 30 semester hours of graduate Work focused in Electro-Physics, Satellite Communication, and P.C.S. Communication, The George Washington University, Washington, DC. Completed a Master of Science and Engineering at JOHN HOPKINS UNIVERSITY focusing in Telecommunications and Networking Option. Graduated in May 2007.

SKILLS: Demonstrated ability to plan and execute complex technical tasks and projects. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to accomplish goals in a “team setting”. Excellent communication skills both oral and written.

WORK EXPERIENCE: 1989-1999(NAVSEA): Engineer-in-Training, United States Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command, Combat Systems Engineering Directorate.

. Successfully completed three months of intensive quality, reliability, and maintainability

. classroom training geared toward electronic systems used on Navy surface

Combatant systems.

. Successfully completed several field training assignments (1-4 months


at Navy laboratories, field activities, and industrial facilities.

. Successfully completed rotational assignments in several offices.

. Successfully completed 4 weeks of at sea training aboard guided missile Destroyer

Amphibious, Aircraft Carrier, and Cruiser class ships.

1991-1995(NAVSEA): Jr. Project Engineer, United States Department of The Navy, Combat Systems Engineering Office, Warfare Systems Engineering Office. Responsible for technical and programmatic aspects of Shipboard antennas/systems integration aboard Surface Ships.

. Participate in design/or fielding shipboard antennas and provide technical assistance b

addressing antenna performance for Satellites, Radars, HF/VHF/UHF Communications,

Infrared (IR), Weapons Systems, and RADHAZ criteria for human safety.

1995-1998(NAVSEA): Sr. Project Engineer, United States Department of The Navy, Warfare Systems Engineering Office. Responsible to transition R&D prototype antenna to demonstrate aboard surface ships.

. Involved in developing Electromagnetic Engineering (EMENG) prediction tools to asses

Electromagnetic Compatibility/Systems performance i.e. Satellite and other sensors to

integrate and support advanced technology demonstration such as Multifunction

Electromagnetic Radiation Systems (MERS), Multifunction Radar (MFR), and Low

Observable Stack (LO STACK) being manufactured and scheduled to demonstrate on

legacy ships and transition on new construction ships such as Twenty first century

destroyer, LPD-17, LHD-7, etc.

1998- 19 July 1999(NAVSEA): Sr. Project Engineer, United States Department of The Navy, Surface Ships Topside Integration Office, Warfare Systems Engineering, Electromagnetic Engineering tools development. Responsible for technical and programmatic aspects of the RF shipboard antenna integration, a complex environment where multiple antennas ought to have unobstructed coverage to perform and meet its mission.

. Provide Engineering support to the fleet whenever installing a shipboard antenna by

enforcing best engineering practices to mitigate EMI between shipboard antennas/

systems and from ship to ship.

19 July 1999-April 2001 (NAVSEA): Develop specification and requirement to build with industry.

Electronic Warfare Systems able to identify, locate, acquire the enemy radar/communication, and Jam their emitters. Also, review Contract Data Requirement List pertaining to the core of AIEWS design equipment and develop Interface Design Document, allow a seamless external interface between AIEWS and Combat System, NAVSSI, BFTT, and LAMPS MKIII. Also, write proposal in concert with industry using Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) to enhance AIEWS design and tactical performance.

2 April 2001-June 2002 (DISA): Working as a Satellite coordinator to assess whether sharing the spectrum is a viable option based on EMI analysis and use of ITU radio regulation to comply with RF criteria and equipment/systems boundary. Additionally, working with the ITU community by anticipating/involving in working party/conferences to discuss ways to share spectrum, mitigate EMI problems between systems, and present/discuss papers at the working party forum to enforce DOD concern.

16 June 2002-14 October 2005 (NAVY): Working as a Spectrum Certification Engineer supporting Naval Warfighters Equipment to investigate whether the spectrum is already in used or not for other existing DOD systems based on EMC analysis and thorough review based on system parameters i.e. transmitter, receiver, and antenna and see If it is in compliance with NTIA Necessary/Emission Bandwidth Requirement.

17 October 2005-13 May 2006 (PTO): Working as a Patent Examiner to review Wireless Technology related invention issued by a law firm on behalf of the inventor to make sure the invention is an obvious and unique idea, it is patentable, can be demonstrated to be a viable monopoly, and contribute to the US technology and economy.

15 May 2006- 7 January 2008 (BIS): Working as a License Systems Export Officer monitoring and classifying industry/military technology to make sure they do not violate our National Security based on US Department of Commerce regulation. Overseeing and analyzing systems i.e. radars, avionics, thermal imaging sensors, and Infrared before concurring with Industry and Military manufactures to export and sale their equipment overseas.

7 January 2008-27 September 2016 (NTIA): Working as an Electronics Engineer assessing Government Agencies Equipments/Systems impact to make sure Electro-magnetic interference and Spectrum use are unlikely to be an issue before allowing a system to be operational at any site or platform.


-Navy Performance Award for Outstanding Performance in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2001

-Successfully completed the Navy’s Engineer-in-Training Program in 1991

-Paper published in 1995 in the NAVSEA Deck plate magazine titled: “Is that an antenna I see” to educate the fleet not to bypass whenever they install a system away from the USA.

-“3D Visualization applied to Electromagnetic Engineering” published in 1996 in American Scientists and Engineers and Association of Naval Engineers in 1997.

-“Spherical Angular Function Analysis Codes” for Prediction of the Electromagnetic Effectiveness of antennas enclosed inside composite structures published in the Advanced Computational Electromagnetic Society (ACES) proceeding magazine of June 1998.

-Co-authored a technical paper for US WP 7E to assess a study for a 3 MHz worldwide allocation in the 235-328.6 MHz band for Space Research (SR) and Space Operations (SO) services to avoid sharing our UHF band.

-DISA/DSO/OPS6 Performance Award for Outstanding Performance in 2001 and 2002


-EMI/EMC in Communication Systems, August 6-7, 2014, 16 hours.

-Communication antennas and propagation, 24-27 May 1993, 32 hours.

-Satellite Communication Systems Engineering part 1, Fall 1997, 1 Semester 3 credits graduate course.

-Modern Navigation System, Spring 2006, 3 credits

-Advanced Development in Radar Technology short course, 27-29 September 2006




-American Scientists and Engineers (ASE)

-IEEE Society

-Advanced Computational Electromagnetic Society (ACES)

-Association of Naval Engineers (ASNE)

LANGUAGES: English, French


Usher board member of Immanuel Bible Church 2013-PRESENT


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