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San Jose, California, United States
January 24, 2018

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Mobile: +1 669 *** **** d L inkedIn SUMMARY I am an aspiring computer networking professional seeking a challenging role to explore my skills and knowledge for the organization, team and myself. A current Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Solid understanding of OSI Layers and TCP/IP layers Experience with designing and implementing small size networks using Cisco Packet Tracer and monitoring traffic using Wireshark

Experience with configuring and maintaining Cisco Layer 2 Switches and Routers Ability to install, maintain and document computer networks such as LAN's, WAN's and WLAN's Ability to work independently as well being a strong team player Good analytical, logical thinking and problem-solving skills Good written and oral communication skills

Work Permit: I have a valid Employment Authorization Document (EAD) to legally work in the USA and will not require visa sponsorship.

CERTIFICATION CCNA Routing and Switching Nov 2017 – Nov 2020 TECHNICAL Programming Languages C, Python, MATLAB

EXPERTISE Networking Concepts OSI Model, TCP/IP, IP addressing Network Hardware Configuring Cisco Routers and Switches Networking Protocols L2 Protocols: VLANs, InterVLAN Routing, STP, PVST+, RPVST+ HSRP, LACP, ARP

L3 Protocols: IPv4, IPv6, Static Routing, OSPF, Multi-Area OSPF, E IGRP, RIPv2, RIPv1

L4 Protocols: TCP, UDP

Other protocols: HTTP, DNS, DHCP

Network Security NAT/PAT, ACL

Networking tools Cisco Packet Tracer, Wireshark, Cisco IOS/XR Software development tools JIRA

Terminal emulators Tera Term, Putty, HyperTerminal Operating Systems Windows (7,8,10), Linux, Mac OS X Others Microsoft Office suite

EXPERIENCE Research Associate Sept 2013 - April 2014 I assisted a professor with her research in the area of Heterogeneous Wireless Networks. EDUCATION 2016 Certificate of Achievement: CCNA

Mission College - S anta Clara, CA

2014 Master of Technology (M.Tech): Communication Engineering SRM University - C hennai, India

2007 Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech): Electronics and Communication Engineering

Cochin University of Science and Technology - K erala, India PUBLICATIONS 1. A n analytical solution based on mobility and multicriteria optimization for access selection in heterogeneous environment”

Sadhana, Vol. 42, pp. 1-14, Oct 2017 2. "Enhanced Media Independent Network Selection for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks”

IETE Technical Review, Vol. 31, No.5, pp 392-401, Oct 2014 3. "Optimized Network Selection Using Aggregate Utility Function in Heterogeneous Wireless


International Review on Computers and Software, Vol. 9, no. 7, pp 1293 - 1301, July 2014. ath%5B%5D=15955

PROJECTS SRM University, India Sep 2013 - Apr 2014 Network Selection Strategy using Multiplicative Utility function in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks

● Next Generation Wireless network is going to be the Heterogeneous Wireless Networks where different types of wireless networks such as WiMAX, Wi-Fi coexist. So, it is important that the users get connected to the best available network.

● In this project, network selection is performed based on Multiplicative Utility function. In order to consider mobility characteristics of the user, a new concept of Residual Residence Time (RRT) was proposed to help the users to always get connected to the best available network.

● Numerical simulations were performed using MATLAB to study the efficiency of the proposed system.

Cochin University of Science and Technology

Xbee Robo for Remote Data Access Apr 2010 - Mar 2011

● Xbee Robo is designed for accessing data wirelessly from hazardous or remote areas such as mines, earthquake prone areas where human life is at risk.

● This project is developed using Embedded Technology.

● We were a group of four and we couldn’t get all the components initially, so we had to multitask and perform well under pressure to meet the deadlines. Optical Heart Rate Meter Jan 2009 - Mar 2009

● Optical heart rate meter is a device to find out the heart rate of a patient using optical methods.

● Optical method uses RED light and a sensor to find out the pulse from the finger of a patient. From these pulses, the heart rate of a person can be found.

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