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Electrical Engineer Engineering

Austin, Texas, United States
February 13, 2018

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Ari Dubinsky

*** ******* ***., ***. *, San Francisco, CA 94110



Analog circuit design

Power electronic analysis and

specification definition

Signal timing characterization

Basic digital circuit design

MCU Programming

EE bring-up and


Statistical analysis

Data collection

Supply chain management

Overseas manufacturing


Cadence OrCAD and basic


ASIC level

characterization and


Construction of test plans

Basic programming in C



Electrical Engineer 2/2015 - 10/2017

Osterhout Design Group – San Francisco, CA

Led prototype board design for AR/VR wearables glasses from board level architecture to PCB bring-up.

Developed schematics, some layout, and brought up an-Eight layer PCB board with ASIC level components to split a 100MHz video signal to parallel micro LCOS displays. These micro LCOS displays displayed video in 720p in color to each eye.

Due to the high sensitive nature of the technology, rigorously conducted, power analysis and thermal mockups. Verified digital video signals using oscilloscope and logic analyzers.

Designed power section to have low noise on output rails, fast switching capabilities, and minimum footprint. Gained experience with a split rail MCU, Texas Instrument’s MSP430 series. Successfully shipped a multiple copies of product to customer.

Worked with various communication protocols (SPI, I2C, USB,UART), analog design and analysis, audio system design and measurement, sensor design and integration, and low power circuit design.

Supported EVT/DVT builds with manufacture in Asia and achieved milestones on time – two of the most recent deliveries included the R-7 and R-7HL glasses.

Performed chip-level as well as system-level hardware bring-up, signal timing characterization and overall validation.

Collaborated with cross-functional teams, third party vendors and contract manufactures to reach milestones towards delivering a successful product.

Jr. Product Engineer 6/2008 - 10/2010

Jameco Electronics – Belmont, CA

Built and documented electronics projects as kits. LED Cube, a 8x8x8 cube of wired LEDs

Selected hardware (LEDs, MCU, shift registers, BJTs), documented schematic, performed PCB layout.

Programmed ATMega328 in C to perform custom LED animations. Project won best project for several months in a row.

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Bachelor of Science: Electrical Engineering 2010-014 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA Outstanding Project: Wirelessly Controlled Smart Outlet (over 1465 downloads)

Developed a stand-alone smart power strip (IoT device) that can control home appliances using wireless commands from the web.

Developed Python code to connect to Google Calander’s API, so that calendar events could trigger outlets to turn on appliances connected to the product. Utilized high voltage relays, designed a DC/DC converter, programmed a Raspberry Pi MCU, and configured network settings in Linux.

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