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Senior Hardware Project EngineerNov 2019
Working for leading Automotive exterior lighting organisation. Current Responsibilities: 1. Customer requirement analysis 2. Circuit simulation and Worst case analysis, circuit design includes DC-DC converter & constant current LED driver circuit design 3. Schematic Entry 4. PCB layout 5. PCB board assembly 6. Hardware Functionality testing and troubleshooting 7. EMI/ EMC compliance testing and troubleshooting.
Senior Hardware EngineerJan 2018 - Oct 2019 (1 year)
Responsibilities during tenure in John Deere: [login to view URL] of Micro-Controller (Aurix, STM32, LPC11 family) based Circuits [login to view URL] of SMPS (SEPIC, Buck, Flyback). 3. Understanding customer requirements 4. Worst case calculations of electronic circuits in MATHCAD. 5. Circuit simulation in LTSpice and ORCAD PSpice. 6. Component selection, Schematic entry in Mentor Graphics PCB layout review. 7. Hardware circuit, EMI / EMC testing and troubleshooting.
Senior Hardware EngineerJul 2013 - Dec 2017 (4 years)
1. Design of Micro-Controller (RL78 family) based Circuits [login to view URL] of SMPS (Active PFC, Flyback, Buck, Full Bridge ZVT) [login to view URL] selection, Analog and Digital circuit design, Simulation (LTSpice, Microcap) and Hardware testing [login to view URL] on wireless technologies like Bluetooth classic and BLE, 433 MHz ISM band 5. Antenna design using HFSS tool & tuning using Vector Network Analyser and Smith Tool [login to view URL] case analysis of circuits in MATHCAD. [login to view URL] entry,PCB layout [login to view URL] / EMC test
B.Tech2009 - 2013 (4 years)
Energy Harvesting in Automotive Key fob Application
This paper proposes to replace the 3V lithium coin cell automotive keyfob battery having 200 mAh capacity and which can last up to 75,000 key press events or two to three years with a RF energy harvesting circuit involving voltage multiplier circuit consisting of zero bias schottky detector diodes and a hybrid energy storage capacitor.
Energy Harvesting Techniques for Low Power RF Sensors
This paper presents the research conducted and the progress achieved in the design and implementation of the low cost Energy Harvesting System for low power remote RF Sensor applications. In this implementation, conventional battery is replaced with a super-capacitor which is charged by DC voltage harvested out of RF EM waves.