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Electrical Engineering Design Engineer

Newark, NJ
April 24, 2016

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Yong Jia

** ******* ***., ***. * Tel: 857-***-****

Allston, MA 02134


Experienced and enthusiastic MSEE candidate with demonstrated skills creating real-world analog and digital hardware designs


Boston Univ.

M.Eng. Electrical Engineering (GPA: 3.60) January 2016

Beijing Univ. of Posts & Telecommunications (Joint Program with Queen Mary Univ. of London)

B.S. Telecommunications with Management

B.S. Electrical Engineering July 2014


Cadence, HSpice, PSpice, Altium, Eagle PCB, RF/Analog design, Layout design, Solidworks

VHDL, Verilog, Xilinx ISE


Sunus Health, Hardware Design Engineer Boston, MA, October 2014 – Present

Sunus Health is a healthcare start-up company creating monitoring and wearable device solutions

Tested innovative infrared and laser sensors to detect bubbles in intravenous lines

Designed PCB circuit and built bubble detector prototype using surface mount components

Implemented new sensor system for drip rate detection and visualization of IV drip chambers

Familiar with commercial new product design, documentation and validation processes


FM Receiver 2015

Designing FM radio receiver architecture working for specific 1GHz input

Performing PCB design and using the Network Analyzer to test the performance

IC Fabrication 2015

Designing digital combinational logic circuit and drawing masks for IC fabrication

Performing all necessary steps to build the chip

4-QAM Transmitter 2015

Performed schematic design of a complete 4-QAM direct conversion transmitter, including VCO, quadrature phase shifter and PA

AM Receiver Front End 2015

Designed schematic and layout of a 4.5 GHz LNA with low noise figure, mixer, LO and IF filter

Interconnected elements to build a complete AM receiver

Analog/Digital Converter 2014

Created schematic design of a 5-bit charge redistribution ADC working at 50 MHz

Designed a comparator to ensure digitization accuracy

Current-mirror Operational Amplifier 2014

Designed a current-mirror op-amp using IBM 8HP technology with Cadence

Simultaneously achieved high signal gain, large bandwidth and low power consumption

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