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I am a senior Electronics Project Developer looking forward to being hired and placed by you in any of your upcoming projects. I have many years of experience working under different employers and have proved them the best to my capacity. I have good proficiency in the areas of C Programming, C++ Programming and Electrical Engineering. I also have good experience working with Electronics and Engineering. I can take up any given work with dedication and prove to put in my best to benefit your company. I am compatible to work as a cross team or as a team as the case may be. I posses prior experience in hardware project development. Scan the QR code and find out.
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Aug 2013 - Dec 2013 (4 months)

1. Design and Verification of Single Cycle CPU 2. Algorithm of Viterbi Decoder for LTE 3. Algorithm of Turbo Decoder for LTE 4. Verilog HDL Design

Jr. Engineer

Jan 2013

1. RF Wireless Remote Control 2. FPGA Programming (VHDL) 3. Embedded Systems Maintenance Operations 4. PCB Design and Prototyping


Bachelor of Engineering

2009 - 2013 (4 years)


Embedded System Design using MSP430 (2011)

Texas Instruments

Successfully completed the training workshop aimed at learning the MSP430 Architecture and working with the Development Kits of the microcontroller.


Development of Antenna Deployment Circuit for Nano-Satellites

This paper deals with the deployment of on-board antennas on a Nano-Satellite, this deployment is a critical and delicate process which decides the fate of the success of the satellite mission. The deployment has to be quick, reliable and fool-proof thus to ensure this happens in a controlled sequence, a circuit has been developed which initiates the process of deployment and relays the status of the process in real-time to the on-board CPU. The entire design and fabrication of the circuit along with protot

Design of CMOS based Programmable Gain Operational Amplifier

Variable Gain Amplifier (VGA) is an integral part of Analog Systems, a special class of VGA called the Programmable Variable Gain Amplifier (PVGA) has revolutionized modern electronic systems. In this paper a highly specific Programmable Gain Operational Amplifier (PGOA) is presented. The gain of the Op-Amp is varied by adjusting an array of internal series and feedback resistors; to facilitate this setting, three 8-bit programmable registers are provided using which a gain of 24 dB can be attained from -12

An Intelligent Microgrid with Distributed Generation

In this paper, a microgrid model has been shown which focuses on community harvesting of power, bi-directional power capability and energy consumption management. These objectives are achieved using two distinct components of the microgrid; a smart meter at every end user and a smart station for each locality. These two essential components of the grid are integrated into the system using a microgrid architecture governed by an efficient communication technique and control algorithms. The proposed microgrid


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