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Kaushalya Damitha 

I am a programmer / Electronic Designer for 8 years and I have perfect reviews on all my projects.I am a Expert in Delphi and Scjp, I have a Diploma in Electronics and in Electrical and Electronic Engineering ( NITW ), India. I have an experience in MicroController programming ( MikroPascal and MikroC), Digital Electronics, Analog Electronics, PCB Desing (Altium and ultiboard), MATLAB and Power electronics. I can give you a perfect project. If that is okay, send me a mail and we will talk about the project in details :) Look at my profile for past works, reviews and information about me.
$15 USD/hr
65 Reviews
6.2
  • 83%Jobs Completed
  • 99%On Budget
  • 96%On Time
  • 18%Repeat Hire Rate

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Experience

Electronic Designer

Jan 2004

Electronic Design and Prototyping

Developer

Jan 2004

This is my Company. We do software Development, Electrical and Electrical Design, Micro controller programming......

Education

GCE A/L

1992 - 2010 (18 years)

B.Tech EEE

2010 - 2014 (4 years)

Diploma ( With a Grade A)

2001 - 2002 (1 year)

Certifications

SCJP (2010)

SUN

Sun Certified Java Programmer

3rd Place (2005)

Australian Computer Socity

Part of the Sri Lankan team that became 3rd in SEARCC Students competition

Mr, Java (2011)

Computer Science and Engineering Association NITW

Diploma in Electronic Engineering (2002)

Institute of Electronics Technology, Kadavatha

Passed with a Grade A

Publications

Control of Light Intensity of LEDs for Outdoor Lighting

This paper aims to present an effective approach to design a system for outdoor LED lighting in which user can control the light intensity of the LEDs. Since the light intensity of LEDs is directly proportional through the current passing through them, the proposed system can be implemented using constant current regulators to limit the flow of current throughthe LEDs based on the single PWM produced by an MCU. The circuit is a constant current source, which implies that the LED brightness would be constant

Exams

  • Numeracy 1
    98%
  • General Orientation
    85%
  • Freelancer Orientation
    75%
  • Analog Electronics Level 1
    78%
  • Digital Electronics Level 2
    78%
  • US English Level 2
    90%

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