Engineering company looking for a freelancer able to work in Montreal, Canada area now: - Knowledge of analog and digital electronics design + mixed signal. - Knowledge on Mentor Graphics and Cadence allegro Design Authoring software tools. - Testing knowledge : Lab testing, measurement tools, oscilloscope. - FPGA design knowledge: Vivado(Xilinx), Libero(Microsemi) - Knowledge of PSPICE and LTSPICE simulators - Knowledge of ARINC429, RS845 and ARINC664 interfaces - Knowledge of Aviation standards (or equivalent) : DO254 (Requirement capture, verification and config management) and DO160 (EMI and Pin injection) - Knowledge of DOORS (or any requirement management software) - Full time physical presence in Montreal, Canada area is mandatory. - Duration : 6 months minimum with extension possibilities.
Dear Bidder , All details in the attached RFP, kindly submit your specific proposals, not generic covering the 2 points: 1-indicate your relevant experience in communications towers & other Truss/Lattice structures (rigs, cranes etc), -the tools you will use e.g. SAP, [url removed, login to view], PLS-TOWER etc... Kindly note that all bidders should be able to communicate in English (Spoken also) & be prepared to video conference before & after the project has been awarded. Happy Bidding!
Hi! Currently, I am enrolled in a ground school/instrument rating type class with the hope of soon obtaining my private pilot's license. Though I do have a fabulous instructor, he is a very busy man and is not always available to answer my questions, and/or into go a bit more in depth regarding topics of which I am struggling to develop an adequate understanding. I know that asking here is a bit of a long shot, but I am looking to find someone who is either a flight instructor or a pilot him/herself, and is willing to take the time to chat with me and to explain/answer questions pertaining to a vast amount of topics in preparation for various FAA tests, and ultimately my check ride! Thanks so much for any and all help! I really appreciate it!