Sergey Sevskiy available

Sergey Sevskiy

Microwave / RF / Antenna Engineer / Consultant

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Profileimage by Sergey Sevskiy Antennen- und HF-Entwicklungsingenieur, Test- und Support-Ingenieur Hochfrequenztechnik from Muenchen
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  • Graduation: Dr.
  • Hourly-/Daily rates: 90 €/hour 720 €/day
  • Languages: German (Full Professional) | English (Full Professional) | Russian (Native or Bilingual) | Ukrainian (Full Professional)
  • Last update: 14.06.2019
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SKILLS
Freelancer in the field of RF and antenna design

- 20 years of professional experience
- Electromagnetic simulations of antennas and microwave components
- Design of antennas and antenna systems
- Microwave components and circuit design
- RF circuit and layout optimization
- Microwave and antenna measurements
- Consulting in the field of RF and antenna design
- Electromagnetic field analysis, EMC, SAR
- RFID, ZigBee, NFC, Bluetooth, UWB
- WLAN, WiMAX, GSM, UMTS, LTE
- GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, SIRIUS, Iridium
- Microwave heating und power transmission
- Mobile, airborne, automotive, radar, M2M
- HFSS, CST, ADS, FEKO, Designer, AWR
REFERENCES
- Development of a multiband GSM/UMTS antenna system for automotive applications
- Development of an internal dual-band GSM antenna for an animal monitoring system
- Development and optimization of RF mode converters and high-speed transmission lines up to 40 GHz
- Development of a multi-standard multi-band MIMO antenna for industrial computers (WLAN, WiMAX, UMTS)
- Development of RFID antennas and measurement concepts for metering systems
- Development of a GPS/Iridium antenna module with an integrated LNA and RF switch (1.5 GHz)
- Development of a power divider for GPS applications (1.5 GHz)
- Investigations of an active RFID identification system for security applications (active transponder at 868 MHz)
- Investigations of LPR antenna arrays for local positioning systems (5.8 GHz)
- Development of a novel antenna design for LPR systems (5.8 GHz)
- Development of a high-power microwave systems for professional cooking appliances (ISM 2.4 GHz)
- Development of a multi-band GSM antenna for a mobile phone project
- Development of a Bluetooth antenna for a mobile phone project
- Development of dual-polarized multi-band base station antennas (GSM, UMTS)
- Investigations of a new antenna technology based on dielectric resonators (GSM, WLAN, WiMAX, UMTS)
- Investigations and development of ultra-wide band multi-mode automotive antennas (GSM, WLAN, WiMAX, UMTS, GPS, SIRIUS)
- Development of an ACC radar antenna array (24 GHz) for automotive applications
- Investigation of a radom for an airborne antenna
- Development of high gain planar patch antennas for airborne communication applications (14.85 GHz)
- Development of an antenna system for the TerraSAR-X satellite calibrator (X-Band)
- Investigations of multi-band indoor base station antennas (GSM, UMTS, WLAN)
- Development of multi-band (GSM, WLAN) access point antennas for communication in airplanes
- Development of circularly polarized patch antenna arrays (GPS, GLONASS) for applications on trains
TIME AND SPATIAL FLEXIBILITY
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Scientific Publications:

S. Sevskiy, D. Löffler, and W. Wiesbeck, “Low Cost Base Station Antenna Covering UMTS, DCS1800 and DECT Frequency Bands”, 11th Conference and Exhibition on Microwaves, Radio Communication and Electromagnetic Compatibility, pp. 154-157, Stuttgart, Germany, May 2001.

S. Sevskiy, W. Wiesbeck, “Air-Filled Stacked-Patch Antenna”, International ITG-Conference on Antennas, ITG-Fachbericht 178, pp. 53-56, Berlin, Germany, September 2003.

S. Sevskiy, W. Wiesbeck, “Broadband Dual-Polarized Stacked-Patch Antenna with a High Port Decoupling and DC-Grounded Patches”, 6th European Conference on Wireless Technology, Conference Proceedings, pp. 85-88, Munich, Germany, October 2003.

S. Sevskiy, M. Brzeska, and W. Wiesbeck, “Multi-Band Dipole Array for WLAN Access Points”, Joint COST 273/284 Workshop on Antennas and Related System Aspects in Wireless Communications, Gothenburg, Sweden, June 2004.

S. Sevskiy, W. Wiesbeck, “Multi-Band Antennas for WLAN Access Points”, Seminar on Radio Techniques and Technologies for Commercial Communication and Sensing Applications, Berlin, Germany, October 2004.

S. Sevskiy, W. Wiesbeck, “Ultra-Broadband Bidirectional Log-Per Dipole Arrays”, 11th International Symposium on Antenna Technology and Applied Electromagnetics, Saint-Malo, France, June 2005.

S. Sevskiy, W. Wiesbeck, “Ultra-Broadband Omnidirectional Printed Dipole Arrays”, 2005 IEEE AP-S International Symposium and USNC/URSI National Radio Science Meeting, Washington DC, USA, July 2005.

S. Sevskiy, W. Wiesbeck, “New Class of Multi-Band and Ultra-Wideband Printed Dipole Antennas”, IEE Seminar on Wideband and Multi-Band Antennas and Arrays, pp. 60-63, Birmingham, UK, September, 2005.

S. Sevskiy, “Multidirektionale logarithmisch-periodische Indoor-Basisstationsantennen”, Forschungsberichte aus dem Institut für Höchstfrequenztechnik und Elektronik der Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Band 45, 2006.

S. Sevskiy, M. Pauli, T. Kayser, M. Beringer, and W. Wiesbeck, “Multi-directional broadband planar dipole arrays,” in Mediterranean Microwave Symposium 2007, CD-ROM, Budapest, Hungary, May 2007.

M. Brzeska, S. Sevskiy, and W. Wiesbeck, “Ultra-Wideband and Multi-Band Antennas for Wireless
Communications”, 55th International Astronautical Congress, Vancouver, Canada, 2004.

V. Gozhenko, W. Puffer, D. Ritter, A. Przadka, „High Performance WCDMA1900 Combined LTCC/SAW/BAW Duplexer for Mobile Phones“ / European Microwave Conference 2008, 29 October 2008, Amsterdam.

V. Gozhenko, A. Przadka, P. Hagn, „Multilayer LTCC Bandpass Filter Design“ / EuMC 2007, 10 October 2007, Munich.
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