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My resume

ERIC-ODESSIT




SUMMARY:
Strong experience with Analog and Power Electronics, as well as with Embedded Controllers and FPGAs. Experience using C and Assembly languages. Proficiency with Computer Aided Design tools.




WORK EXPERIENCE:

June 2004 to Dec. 2008
SOLECTEK CORPORATION, San Diego, CA.
SR. HARDWARE ENGINEER.

Participated in the design of Solectek’s SkyWay 7000tm wireless access point system. Integrated OEM main board into the system. Redesigned power system for the previously existing RF power amplifier to make it suitable for the SkyWay 7000 system. Designed microcontroller-based Controller board that provided means of power control for the SkyWay 7000 system and sound for audible antenna alignment. Developed firmware for the microcontroller used in the Controller board.
Integrated OEM Host and Baseband boards for the WiMAX base station. Debugged Freescale’s Direct Slave Interface (DSI) bus for this integration. Redesigned the Baseband board for performance stability and cost reduction. Designed power and digital sections of the WiMAX base station 36dBm RF amplifier. Developed communication protocol for the interface between the microcontroller used in the RF amplifier and the Host board, as well as an algorithm for controlling and maintaining the bias current for each Class AB cascade of the RF amplifier. Designed firmware for the microcontroller used in the amplifier.
Designed proprietary CompactPCI Uplink card for managing and synchronizing up to 4 WiMAX base stations. Developed communication protocol for the interface between the CompactPCI CPU card and the Uplink card, as well as the protocol for the auxiliary RS-485 interface between the Uplink card and the base stations. Designed field-upgradeable firmware for the microcontroller used in the Uplink card.
Was involved in the successful transfer of the WiMAX program to production.

Dec. 2003 to June 2004
DI/DT, INC. (POWER ONE), Carlsbad, CA.
DESIGN ENGINEER.

Designed serial interface hardware for Universal Automatic Tester used for testing of DI/DT power supply modules. Developed RS-485-based communication protocol for this interface, as well as firmware for the microcontroller used as Serializer-Deserializer in this interface circuit. Supported existing power supply modules as well as worked on the new generation microcontroller-based power supply modules.

July 2001 to Jan. 2003
IPITEK, Carlsbad, CA.
DIGITAL DESIGN ENGINEER.

Designed Digital Status Monitoring circuitry and firmware for the QAM Optical Transmitter. Maintained and improved firmware for EDFA Optical Transceiver. Specified multi-chassis Status Management System for IPITEK’s MuxLinktm product line. Developed RS-485-based inter-chassis communication protocol, as well as I2C-based intra-chassis communication protocol. Designed Chassis Management Unit for MuxLinktm products, as well as firmware for the microcontroller used in this unit. Developed Chassis Management Unit Test Board and Module Simulator necessary to test the MuxLinktm management system concept. Additionally, designed Thermo-Electric Cooler power supply and Hot Swap circuitry used in the Gigabit Ethernet module.

Apr. 1996 to June 2001
TADPOLE-CYCLE, Carlsbad, CA.
DESIGN ENGINEER.

Designed intelligent Power Supply and Management system for 3 generations of portable SUN and HP workstations. Specified firmware required for the Power Management Controller. Developed Smart Battery Control System interfacing with the Power Supply Module. Defined I2C based protocol for the Battery Control System Interface, as well as for the new Power Management Interface. Designed firmware for the embedded controllers responsible for the power management. Developed FPGA-based support logic required for embedded controller’s operation. Additional responsibilities included designing PCI-based Audio, Graphics and IDE daughter card for a portable server, updating an existing Graphics card for a different type of LVDS interface to the LCD and helping to resolve EMI problems.

Aug. 1993 to Apr. 1996
SAI TECHNOLOGY, San Diego, CA.
DESIGN ENGINEER.

Participated in design of microprocessor controlled backlight drivers for military and commercial Liquid Crystal Displays. Developed and debugged various parts of backlight electronics. Evaluated new ICs for backlight applications. Designed automatic tester for backlight assembly and power supply for Liquid Crystal Display as well as temperature and brightness control circuits for computer and LCD systems. Worked on computer and display systems integration.

Jan. 1993 to June 1993
PULSE ENGINEERING, San Diego, CA.
DESIGN ENGINEER-CONSULTANT.

Designed DC/DC converters for Local Area Network and PCMCIA applications. Breadboarded and tested the prototypes. Supplied all the paperwork needed for production of the converters as well as application of the PULSE ENGINEERING transformer used in the converter.

Oct. 1991 to Oct. 1992
VALOR ELECTRONICS, INC., San Diego, CA.
ASSOCIATE ENGINEER.

Participated in design of DC/DC converters for computer networks. Breadboarded, debugged and developed experimental power supplies. Evaluated new ICs. Modified existing products. Provided failure analysis for QA department.

EDUCATION:
1981-1986
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.
POLITECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF TRANSPORTATION, Leningrad, USSR.

Fall of 1999
Completed Digital Signal Processing Extension Course.
SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY, San Diego, CA.

REFERENCES: Available upon request.

Citizenship Status: US Citizen, naturalized in 1995.




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14 Comments »

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    • Hi Eric,

      I’m conducting a search for a Power Supply Design Engineer for a business in the Seattle, WA area. This is a direct hire position. Are you interested and available for work at this time? If so, please let me know the best time to contact you. I look forward to hearing from you!

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  3. Hi Eric,

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    I know you are probably content in your current position but all I am asking is for you to keep your options open to Apple and find out more about the opportunities. It would be great to chat with you to discuss further. Should there be an exploratory discussion between you and our engineering team in the very near future, it will allow talents like yourself and our team to network with one another. This exploratory discussion might lead to something “great”.

    If you are interested or not interested, hearing back from you would be much appreciated. I look forward to hearing back from you. Thanks much for your time.

    Thuy Ho :)
    Staffing Consultant
    thuy@apple.com

    Comment by Thuy Ho (Apple) | May 6, 2009 | Reply

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    Comment by Danielle Duarte | October 21, 2009 | Reply

  6. Eric,

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    Thanks,

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    Department: Engineering
    Reports to: President
    Location: Southern California

    Our client is currently seeking an engineering manager/senior microwave design engineer with extensive RF and microwave experience to perform microwave amplifier design and development. The ideal candidate must be able to manage and direct engineering team; but also be comfortable working “hands on”. We need a self-starting, motivated individual who is comfortable expressing opinions and ideas about methods and process improvement and who is excellent at being a microwave power amplifier designer first and manager second!

    Responsibilities:
    • Lead Design, including simulation and verification, various low noise and high power microwave amplifiers
    • Support product transition to manufacturing
    • Define test criteria for microwave amplifiers including qualification and production test plans
    • Create product associated documentation, including Bills of Material, fabrication drawings, assembly drawings and documentation
    Requirements:
    • MSEE, PhDEE
    • 5+ years RF/Microwave circuit design and realization
    • Ability to perform circuit and subsystem design, including microwave power amplifier design with related control circuitry
    • Knowledge of and extensive familiarity with microwave passive and active components, including power combiners, isolators, limiters, switches, filters, LNAs, PAs, oscillators, PLLs, etc.
    • Experience with amplifier system design, along with thermal and mechanical considerations
    • Prior experience in broad band power amplifiers a plus
    • Knowledge of and experience with common microwave test equipment, including network analyzers, Spectrum analyzers, power meters, oscilloscopes, etc.
    • Extensive experience with simulation tools, (AWR Microwave Office), 3 dimensional electromagnetic simulators (HFSS) and mechanical tools (AutoCAD, Solidworks)
    • Excellent Leadership, written and verbal communication skills
    Company: Looking for a career change with a fast-paced, small high-tech company where your opinions and ideas are valued and you are an integral part of the team? Our client is a leading supplier of high-performance microwave and RF amplifiers and amplifier-based subsystems.

    Headquartered in Southern, California, company is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive compensation package, which includes a 401(k) plan with up to 5% employer matching contributions, a choice of medical and dental plans, profit sharing, an employee stock option plan, and education reimbursement for qualified activities. If you are looking for a dynamic environment where your excellence and contributions will be recognized and rewarded, contact our preferred recruiter below.

    Contact: Vic Perkins
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    The Perkins Group, Inc.,
    (P) 661-202-8517
    (E) vic@perkinsinc.com

    Note: Please pass on to anyone who may be qualified and /or available for new opportunities in your network!

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