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Location:
Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
Salary:
4 lakh pa(INR)
Posted:
September 23, 2011
Email:
dwl239@r.postjobfree.com
Contact Info:
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P.R.R.SANKAR

#**, ****** *****, ****** **********, Srinivasa Temple Road, 13th Cross, Madiwala, Bengaluru-68, India
Mob: +91-994*******; +91-949******* Email: dwl239@r.postjobfree.com

PROFILE SUMMARY

Have a Master’s degree in Microelectronics and VLSI from National Institute Of Technology, Durgapur.
Have a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communication from GMR Institute of Technology.
Involved in 3 complete End to End Implementation projects.
Good experience working on tools like CADENCE VIRTUOSO, Verilog, Synopsis, Xilinx ISE for analog and digital design of electronic circuits.
Good fundamental knowledge in optimized layout techniques and the post layout simulation for the electronic designs.

ACHIEVEMENTS

Among the top three in M.Tech
Topper of Class X and received an appreciation certificate from the District Collector

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION

Master of Technology in Microelectronics and VLSI from National Institute Of Technology, Durgapur – Year 2011 with 9.01 CGPA
Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication from GMR Institute Of Technology – Year 2008 with 73.24%
Class XII from Vikas Junior College – Year 2004 with 92.7%
Class X from Z.P. High School – Year 2002 with 88.83%

TECHNICAL SKILLS

Programming: C, 8085 Microprocessor, 8051 Microcontroller.

Tools: MS-Office, Cadence Virtuoso, Verilog HDL, Xilinx ISE, Synopsys, Multisim

Operating Systems: Windows, Red Hat Linux

PROJECT DETAILS

Project – PLL Based Frequency Synthesizer:

Duration : Aug 2010 – May 2011 (10 months) Team Size: 1
Technology and Tool Used: CMOS UMC 180nm, CADENCE VIRTUOSO

Description:
A frequency synthesizer (FS) is a device that generates one or many frequencies from one or a few frequency sources. The output of an FS is characterized by its frequency tuning range, frequency resolution, and frequency purity. The main objective is both analysis and design of a frequency synthesizer circuit for wireless communication systems, especially for IMT 2000 (W-CDMA) systems.

The task is to design various blocks of the synthesizer, like PFD, Charge Pump, Loop filter, VCO and Divider.

The fully integrated Integer-N frequency synthesizer for the local oscillator in IMT-2000 system using 0.18um CMOS technology and 1.8-V single power supply is designed. The designed synthesizer met all the specifications required for local oscillator of WCDMA systems. The designed VCO has wide tuning range and has linear frequency vs control voltage characteristics and its frequency of operation is from 1.63 GHz to 2.169 GHz.

Responsibility:

Complete design and implementation of the project under the guidance of Dr. Ashis Kumar Mal, NIT Durgapur.

Project – Low Frequency Low Power Voltage Controlled Oscillator:

Duration : May 2010 – July 2010 (3 months) Team Size: 1
Technology and Tool Used: CMOS UMC 180nm, CADENCE VIRTUOSO

Description:
This project has been aimed at designing a clock with low power, low frequency using ring oscillator topology. It aims at determining the best possible configuration for the ring oscillators having the least power consumption and precise delay for frequencies of few Hz to MHz .The oscillator configurations have been designed at lower frequencies in 0.18μm CMOS processes.

The designed topology combined the conventional VCO with resistance-control and capacitance-control methods together to maximize the tuning range and the frequency range of 5.6 Hz to 699 MHz is achieved.

Responsibility:

Complete design and implementation of the project under the guidance of Dr. Ashis Kumar Mal, NIT Durgapur.

Project – SERIES HYBRID VEHICLE MODELLING AND CONTROL
SYSTEM USING PIC MICRO-CONTROLLER:
Duration : Dec 2007 – April 2008 (5 months) Team Size: 5
Technology and Tool Used: Mikro C, MATLAB Simulink

Description:
This is a software controlled microcontroller based system which provides effective fuel consumption in automobiles. First the required model is modeled in MATLAB simulink, then a C code is generated for the model designed, using a powerful programming tool called MIKRO C. Then the code is burnt on the actual hardware kit. Here a prototype of series hybrid vehicle is used and speed of the vehicle is demonstrated by employing a DC motor.

Responsibility:

Involved in design and implementation of the project under the guidance of Asst. Prof. Ranjan Kumar, GMR Institute of Technology.