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Arlington, Texas, United States
January 26, 2018

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Masters of science in Electrical Engineering

The University of Texas at Arlington, TX. GPA: 3.7/4.0

Dec, 2017

Bachelors of Technology in Electrical engineering

Koneru Lakshmiah University, India. GPA: 8.9/10

May, 2015


Embedded Systems Intern, BSNL, Hyderabad, India May’15 - August ‘15

Lighting control interfacing Temperature and light sensor to an Arduino processor. Used RTC library, I2C,


Technical Skills:

Programming: C/C++, ARM Assembly, Python, RTOS, Linux Shell Scripting, MATLAB, Simulink

Tools and IDEs: TI Code Composer Studio, Kiel µ4, Basics of CAN, Eclipse.

Compilers and Debuggers: Kiel Simulator tool, JTAG, Trace32

Peripherals: UART, SPI, I2C, CAN – J1939, Sumo CAN, ADC, PWM, Timers, Interrupts

Processor: ARM Cortex M4F, STW ESX 3XL, Arduino, Intel 8051

Interfaces: RS-485, RS-232, Bluetooth BLE, Hall effect sensor, RADAR, Ethernet, Motor drivers, Humidity sensor

Networking protocols: I2C, TCP/IP, UDP, ARP, HTTP, ICMP, DHCP, L2/L3/L4/L5 Protocols

Equipment: Logic Analyzer, Power Supplies, Oscilloscopes, Signal generator, Multimeter

Office tools: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access)


Design of preemptive and cooperative Real Time Operating System (RTOS): Developed cooperative and preemptive based Real Time Operating System(s) with twelve semaphores on ARM M4F based controller. The main objective of the program is task switching using SYSTICK timer and SVC service call, task scheduling (Priority Inheritance), PUSH and POP of stack registers, SHELL commands are used to create, destroy, find performance of these semaphores.

Developed an Unmanned Ground Vehicle(UGV): Developed an UGV making use of RTOS, which navigates with the help of Hall sensors by detecting embedded magnets on path, the junctions are recognized by predefined magnet sequence. PWM technique is used for speed control of the motors while radar module is used for obstacle detection. The UGV can be remotely operated with the onboard Bluetooth module.

Internet of Things using ARM M4F microcontroller: Acted as a node, responded to the ping and then broadcasted the packet which contained the humidity and temperature sensor data. Also controlled the HVAC.

RS-485 based Bidirectional Serial communication in Master-slave configuration: An RS-485 module is interfaced with the controller for peer-to-peer data transfer between the nodes. The bidirectional link established is configured for Master-slave for operations like polling, acknowledge and retransmission.

Designed SDRAM Controller: Designed an SDRAM controller to interface between 4-bit RAM and 32-bit processor (80386DX). The Design shows the Finite State Machine(s) of INITIALIZATION, READ, WRITE, REFRESH cycles, which includes data masking, bank signal generation. The project was also extended to programmable Clock Latency, programmable delays, and continuous data sharing.

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