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Engineer Electrical

Boynton Beach, Florida, 33437, United States
May 25, 2010

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**** ** ***** ***** **. Home: 561-***-****

Boynton Beach, FL 33437 Mobile: 561-***-****


Solid experience in Electrical Engineering. Recent extensive background is

in the RF development and wireless communication devices, including: UMTS,

CDMA, GSM, GPRS, and EDGE mobile handsets. Strong knowledge in all phases

of product development including, schematic design, board layout, prototype

build, testing, manufacturing, and verification of parts, circuits, systems

and final product. Earlier work experience included teaching, managing

department, and working on high voltage power substations. Demonstrated

record of effective completion of all tasks. A highly self-motivated and

team player Professional Engineer (PE). Experienced in working with

international teams.


FREESCALE SEMICONDUCTOR, Boca Raton, Florida 2004 - 2009

RF Systems Architecture Engineer

. Worked on transceiver and platform systems based on GSM / GPRS/ EDGE,

UMTS, and HSPA protocols.

. Reviewed and verified schematics for EVBs, daughtercards, and

wingboards for RF transceivers and platforms.

. Created RF system architect specifications for various platforms.

. Worked closely with cellular platform customer support teams to resolve

platforms issues.

. Performed ADS simulations for subsystem evaluations and prepared


. Investigated Rx desense caused by Tx lineup through duplexer in WCDMA


. Interacted with various RF part suppliers and IC designers, regarding

system architect requirements to obtain minimum cost and optimum system


. Evaluated various RF parts and verified the performance against the

data sheets. These parts included: Antenna Switch Module, Tx and Rx

SAW filters, Duplexers, LNAs, Power Amplifiers, RF switches, Power

Detectors, and TCXOs.

. Investigated and reported the possibilities of implementing EGPRS2

protocol for a downlink dual carrier platform.

. Measured and evaluated the radiated emissions (E and H fields) and EMI

of unshielded and conformal shielded transceivers, to reduce the noise

level of harmonics of system clocks.

MOTOROLA INC., Boynton Beach, Florida 1999 - 2004

Senior Electrical Engineer

. Involved in designing, testing, and manufacturing of V100 and V101

(GSM), V200 (CDMA), Rx_EDGE, and T725 (GPRS-EDGE) cellular products.

. Played a key role in the receiver development of the first Motorola

EDGE (T725) product.

. Involved in bench and superbench uplink and downlink evaluation of MCS1-

9 and BLER measurement in static and fading conditions, as well as

verified the results against 3GPP TS 51.010 standard.

. Provided assistance to New Product Introduction (NPI) organization

during each prototype build.

. Solved various manufacturing related issues (design, component,

technical) during mass production of various products.

. Created and modified schematics and PCB layout in Mentor Graphic's


. Helped tested and resolved T720 desense issues using anechoic chamber.

. Evaluated antenna efficiency and EIRP of various mobile phones from

Motorola and other OEMs.

. Evaluated, modified, submitted, and received approval for SAR

compliance testing of V100.


MOTOROLA (continued)

. Coordinated and actively involved in prototype certification, as well

as product safety and disability access for C332-3 CDMA 1x and T725

EDGE products.

. Successfully made the first call, on the first build of Very Low Tier

(VLT) cellular platform board after troubleshooting and resolving

several RF issues.

. Worked with suppliers and vendors for specs, verification, and

substitution of various parts including VCO, PAs, filters, mixers, and

RF PIN diodes.

. Resolved RF Accelerated Life Test (ALT) and Factory Quality Assurance

(FQA) issues for various products.

. Trained cost reduction team and junior engineers in the group to

resolve issues including Flashing, Flexing, and Phasing phones.

. Supported and resolved handset issues for FTA, FCC, UL, and CE

certification process.

. Performed Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) compliance tests and resolved

the related issues.

. Worked with the mechanical engineers to design and develop test and

assembly jigs and fixtures.

SAVANNAH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, Savannah, Georgia 1989 - 1999

Department Head/Instructor, Biomedical Engineering Technology Department

. Managed daily operation of Biomedical Engineering Technology


. Developed biomedical engineering technology curriculum, which

subsequently was approved by the technical committee of the Department

of Technical and Adult Education as standard for the State of Georgia.

. Conducted lectures for several courses in biomedical, instrumentation,

and electronics area including: DC and AC circuits, digital,

microcomputer fundamentals, microcomputer interfacing, linear ICs,

solid states, introduction to computers, safety in health care

facilities, and biomedical equipment.

. Prepared course work for initial TAC/ABET accreditation visit.

. Coordinated the team for reaccreditation visit of TAC/ABET.

. Developed and supervised student laboratory assignments.

. Arranged biomedical internship program in local hospitals.

. Supervised and assisted interns in installation, calibration,

troubleshooting, preventive maintenance, and repair of biomedical


. Managed the department budget for purchasing equipment and supplies.

. Coordinated the Biomedical Engineering Technology Industrial Advisory


LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY, Ruston, Louisiana 1986 - 1989

Lab Instructor

. Teaching assistant and lab instructor in instrumentation laboratory and

AC circuit laboratory.

. Graded papers and assisted professors for machine, signals and systems,

electronics, and computer courses.

EARLY WORK HISTORY included tenure at various International Engineering



Master of Science, Electrical Engineering, Louisiana Tech University

Bachelor of Science, Electronics Engineering, Tehran Polytechnic University



Professional Engineer, State of Georgia

Certified Biomedical Equipment Technician, International Certification



Programming Languages: BASIC, FORTRAN, COBOL, PL/1, machine/Assembly, and


Microsoft Windows Applications: Word, Excel, Power Point, and Visio


Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical Engineering Honor Society)

Gamma Beta Phi (National Honor Society)

Omicron Tau Theta (National Honorary Society of Vocational and Technical


Savannah Biomedical person of the year, 1997, Savannah Area Biomedical

Instrumentation Association

Georgia Biomedical Person of the year, 1997, Georgia Biomedical

Instrumentation Society

Recognized Instructor, Savannah Technical Institute, 1995

Faculty Council Representative, Savannah Technical Institute, 1993-1995


"Microprocessor-based Temperature Controller", Master of Science Thesis,



. Various cellular phone technical training courses in Motorola and


. Total Quality Management training, Savannah Technical Institute

. Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) system operation, Savannah

Technical Institute (provided on-site by Esched Robotech and Denford)

80 hours

. Staff development activities, Savannah Technical Institute, minimum 50

hours required per year

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