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Engineer Electrical

Pomona, California, United States
October 07, 2016

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Ernesto Carrillo

*** *. ******** ***. *** #** Tel: 805-***-****

Oxnard, CA. 93036 email:


Dedicated electrical engineer with 6+ years’ experience in prototype support, and development of satellite TV receivers. Advocating to all aspects of cost reduction and qualification of satellite products to ensure meeting the company, and costumer’s targets. Committed to test, evaluate, qualify new parts, cost reduction, and re-design circuit segments ranging from analog to RF circuits, up to 12.45 GHz. More recently; responsible for final testing of diplexer filters and filter/amplifiers for military, and space applications. Developed competitive work ethics over the years such as: team oriented attitude, good mechanical abilities, capable to work with less supervision, well-developed management and networking skills, collaborative, accountability, responsible, and a never-say-die attitude.


University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA June/2009

B.S. Electrical Engineering


Experienced with various microwave test equipment such as: Multi Meters, Oscilloscopes, Signal Generators, Spectrum Analyzers, Waveform Generators, Power Sensors, Network Analyzers, Noise Figure Analyzers, etc.

Experienced in bench level trouble shooting including soldering iron.

Basic knowledge and experience using ADS (Advance Design System, Agilent) software to design and re-design RF Amplifiers and Filters.

ADS simulations and implementations of 4500MHz LO-Buffer Amplifiers, simulation of RF Ku-Band Front-End LNA, 950-3000MHz Low Band Pass and High Band Pass Filters, and FSK frequency Diplexers.

Tuning of different electronic circuits such as: 75Ohms to 50Ohms input matching circuits, tank DiSEqC circuits and FSK circuits.

Exposed in the past to work in a clean room to grow SnO2 Nanowires using Solid-Liquid-Deposition techniques, Silicon Oxidation, Optical Lithography, Metal Evaporation, and Use of the Scanning Electron Microscope.

Presently studying the introduction for Power Amplifiers class A and AB, design.


Delta Microwave Inc. Oxnard, CA. 5/20/16-9/16/16

Product Development Engineer

Lianne Rodriguez

HR Manager


Final testing of military and space microwave frequency components such as: diplexers, triplexers, filter/amplifiers at different frequency bands.

ADS design simulation of small signal amplifier (during my own time).

CalAmp, (Engineering Satellite Products Division), Oxnard, CA. 11/2011-5/2016

Electrical Engineer

Supervisor: Bruce Buchan 805-***-****,

ADS simulations and implementations of High Pass, Low Pass and Diplexer Filters.

Optimizations and final tuning of various Low Noise Amplifiers used in different products.

Designed and tested of a 5V SMPS (Switch Mode Power Supply).

Test and evaluation of replacement parts and components for satellite products.

Perform fully testing and final qualification for new satellite prototypes.

Tuning and re-design of LNA amplifiers.

Responsible for all soldering rework, and prototypes.

Trouble shoot and fix of a mass production failures modes of satellite receivers from China plant.

Select Staffing (CalAmp), Oxnard, CA 10/2009-11/2011

Sustaining Engineer

Select Staffing Manager: David Andrade 805-***-****

Fabrication of NG and Solid State Switching Boxes, and Installation of Temperature Probes.

Sustaining Engineer for Production Lines.

Use of Matlab and Partial Differential Equations to approximate the Heat Diffusion into RF Circuitry inside housings.

Design of Anechoic Mini-Chambers using Horn Antennas to measure Cross-Polarization.

Troubleshooting and tuning of DiSEqC circuits.

Analysis of Electric and Magnetic Fields within RF Circuits.

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA 2/2006– 7/2009

Research Intern

Supervisor: Dr. Julie Standish 805-***-****

Research intern for the California Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation in Science, Engineering and Mathematics (CAMP).

Poster and oral presentations at University of California, Irvine, and (SCCUR) Southern California Conference for Undergrad Research, California State University, Los Angeles.

Developing investigations on “Nanowire-Based Electronic Nose”, “Observation of Metal-Insulator Transition in Vanadium-Oxide Nanowires”, “Vanadium-Oxide VO2 Nano-sensor Based on Mott Transition”, “Metal Nanoparticles Semiconductor Nanowire Systems”, “P-Type Gallium Nitride Nanowires”, and “Synthesis of SnO2 Nanowires”.

Coordinated the growing, mapping, and testing of Nanowires.

Responsible for reading new scientific literature to look for newer work techniques, and research results.

Oxnard Community College Tutorial Center, Oxnard, CA 6/2001 – 5/2005

Tutor of Mathematics

Assisting community college students in Mathematics from Pre-algebra to Calculus with Analytic Geometry.

Coordinated and leaded study groups in Algebra, Pre-Calculus and Calculus for Business Applications.

California Mathematics and Science Teacher Initiative (CMST), Port Hueneme, CA 1/2004 – 6/2005

(Program Sponsored by UCSB), Teacher Assisting

Teaching Intern at Hueneme High School in subject’s such as: Algebra II Honors, and bilingual Pre-Algebra.

Oxnard Community College “Proyecto Access Program”, Oxnard, CA Summer – 2003

(Sponsored by NASA and UCSB), Teacher Assisting

Supervisor: Mark Bates, Professor of Mathematics 805-***-**** ext. 2044

Teacher assistance for Middle-School Students in areas such as, Mathematics, Logic, Engineering, Computer Science, and Problem Solving.

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