Davide Arenare was born in 1996 in Pavia, Italy. He received the bachelor degree in Electronic and Computer Engineering in October 2018 from the University of Pavia. The title of his BS thesis was “Stazione di Terra SNOWBEAR in ambiente polare: analisi statistica dei dati sperimentali relativi alla potenza ricevuta”. He also received the MS degree in December 2020 in Electronic Engineering – Space Communication and Sensing. The thesis was developed in collaboration with the European Space Agency, in the context of a traineeship program, and it is entitled “Analysis of the effects of snow accumulation on a ground station antenna radome at K-band frequencies”. From October 2021 he joined the Microwave Lab as a Ph.D student, working on the analysis and design of next generation ground stations.