With almost three and half years of hands on circuits experience through practice, internships, personal, and academic handheld projects, computer simulations, and designing application. This experience and knowledge will be asset to any team projects as a valued team member. In particular, I have experience in application engineering, and experienced on design tools such as VISIO and toolkit. Through the academic year, I have learned embedded computer system (Micro-controller) using a mix of C languages, which implemented buses for I/O design and standard bus timing and interface familiarity of RTOS, ARM Cortex M4, M3 and Harvard architecture, in-circuit simulator, Logic Analyzer, Peripherals, ADC and DAC, Functions. Projects that use ARM Cortex M4 (TM4C123), Arduino micro-controller such as Tuning Fork using Interrupts, Functional Debugging using SysTick Timer, Switch (LED Interface), Pacemaker, Branching Functional delays demonstrate acquisition of relevant knowledge. I have also gained knowledge on VHDL through academic and hands-on laboratory practice. For the RF and Microwave Circuits class, I designed RF Low-pass and Band-pass filters as a final project, which eventually was selected by the professor for class demonstration. I have also acquired deep knowledge of switching and power electronics through the design procedure of a traction drive system for an electric car for my Integrated Power Electronics class.
My professional experience in two internships with Bird Technologies has allowed me to develop vital work experience, networking, and collaboration skills with team members and troubleshooting knowledge that can be useful in a future career. Additionally, my experience with various projects relates to battery back-up power systems. My colleagues judge me as a hard worker, quick learner, a good team player, as well as an active coordinator. I can work under any pressure and I am capable of problem-solving.




Application Engineering Intern

Bird Technologies(TX RX)

8625 Industrial Pkwy, Angola, NY 14006


December 2017 - May 2018
  • Develop an environment of continual improvement through the use of Lean tools.
  • Assist with Combiner and Multicoupler system designs applying Bird filter products.
  • Create drawings of system designs for customer quote packages.
  • Develop the documentation required to build systems, drawings, BOMs etc.
  • Assist with applications for products, especially with key customers.
  • Perform functional tests on electronic products for engineering design verifications.
  • Assist with development of special RF filters and circuits.
  • Assist with engineering design verifications and product validations.

Electrical Engineering Intern

Bird Technologies(TX RX)

8625 Industrial Pkwy, Angola, NY 14006


June 2017 - August 2017
  • Wired, Assembled, and Tested Battery Backup Test Fixture According to Schematic (DIN RAIL)
  • Documentation (Photos and Drawing) after the project completion (DIN RAIL)
  • Developed Bill of Materials (BOM) and order components relevant to projects.
  • Designed and assembled prototype SMS-Module.
  • The Calibration of Spectrum Analyzer and The Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) for Power Testing.
  • Measuring S-Parameters with Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) Insertion Loss (S21 or S12) and Return Loss (S11 or S22)
  • RF Characterizations: Isolators (Circulators), Samplers, etc.
  • Tuning Ceramic Cavity into resonance using VNA
  • Power Testing and Fabrication of Ceramic Cavity Filter.
  • Hand soldering (of Through Hole and SMDs) operation done for Alarm Monitor (PCB) as per Process Standard with temperature controlled soldering iron.
  • Learned Troubleshooting and solved the issues that found in the troubleshooting process.
  • Collaborated with team members, attended meetings and conferences for projects update and discussion.

Following pictures are one of those Projects that I have worked through summer (2017) internship. I have taken appropriate official permission from the authority to publish these pictures on my website.

Battery Back-Up System


Battery Back-Up System

Beside the electrical design, I have done Wiring, assembling parts, and trouble shoot, documentation (photos and drawings) the battery backup text fixture project completion (DIN RAIL). This battery back power system designed to get the backup power when there is a power failure by mechanical, technical or natural disaster.












This was the first time ever I experienced with Surface Mount Device(SMD). This is an alarm board that detects, provide information if system facing any error issues, and with more different functionalities. Primarily, First I have soldered, and then troubleshoot this alarm board for detecting short connection and other issues. I have gained proficiency on SMD though the project. It was a great task, despite the issue on board short connection. I had real fun after I detected and resolved short and unwanted connection.


A radio is a path uses as wave that propagates and transmit information from one location to another using radio waves. Another way it could be describe as a radio wave is an electromagnetic wave that propagated by an antenna. An antenna is anything that transfer and receive electromagnetic energy from space. This electromagnetic energy transmits and receive through a coaxial cable or microstrip line, either way, antenna’s main job is to receive and transmit electromagnetic signal. There are many types of approaches could be used for designing an antenna. Our primary goal is to design an antenna that could transmit and receive about 10-20 GHz RF frequencies. ...........(To be continued)

This is a ongoing research project. ....................................................................



Clarion Hotel


6700 Transit Rd, Williamsville, NY 14221

Phone # (716)-634-7500

June 2016 - September 2016
  • Trained new employee on how to interact with customers and safe driving in a professional and courteous manner
  • Resolve customer concerns by listening, identifying root issue and implementing best resolution possible
  • Identify and Resolve technical issue on office supplies


Microwave Traffic Sensor

Primary goal of traffic light (besides safety) is to minimize the number of traffic aggravations experienced by the motorist.

Propose to build a system that would change the traditional traffic light system (pre-timed or actuated traffic signals) to automated traffic system.

Microwave sensor will be placed above ground and use RF to sense either stationary or moving vehicle (Doppler Effect Theory) on each lane.

Propose to use frequency band either X, K, Ka, and Q (depends on their high reflection power).

The fundamental goal is to send RF (by using Directional TX patch antenna) which would eventually hit the object and bounce back to RX antenna, these received RF will be amplified, and convert to DC to Microcontroller.

Then the Microcontroller will do the rest as per user specifications.

This is an Ongoing Project..........................

The Proposal Design Diagram for the Microwave Traffic Sensor: Microwave Traffic Sensor

RF Filter Design

November 2017 - December 2017
  • Designed both low-pass and Band-pass filter from the scratch using given parameter
  • Designed filter using Advanced Design System (ADS) simulation tool to get precise result
  • Performed S-parameter characterization for insertion (S12) and Return (S11) loss.
  • Responsible for the power loss, insertion and return loss was limited to the final design
  • Built and characterized by artifacts and performed full 2-port S-parameter to be used for VNA test fixture calibration
  • Designed and simulated both lamped, and microstrip
  • Performed both momentum (post) and fabricated simulation
  • Calculation results for most parameter were found by calculation and LineCalc to compare

Simulation Results using ADS:


Low-pass Filter Simulation(Insertion and Return Loss in dB)


Band-pass Filter Simulation(Insertion and Return Loss in dB)

bandpass Filter

Design a traction drive system for an electric car

November 2017 - December 2017

Desiging and testing an Amplifier

January 2017 - May 2017
  • Proposed and Optimal Finite Element Method and Computer analysis in order to get high voltage and current gain.
  • Designed Common Emitter Amplifier due to its High Voltage and Current Gain with a group of two
  • Ran various test and calculations both on Multisim and Oscilloscope to get precise results
  • Designed for both single stage and two stage as well as for Multi Stage Amplifiers
  • Measured bias voltages, bias currents, beta values, curve traced for required transistors

Truss Bridge

March 2015 - June 2015
  • Proposed Finite Element Method and Computer analysis along with physical design to achieve better performances.
  • Performed axial force, tension, and compression test to understand the behavior of the load on the bridge.
  • Designed to perform Dead, Live, Impact, Thermal, and Wind load.
  • Analyzed and repaired if any force, load, tension related errors in real situation to avoid failure.
  • Used AutoCAD, tension, static equilibrium equations to determine forces.
  • Utilized with individual power distribution by adding solar panel on the roof of the bridge.

Truss Bridge Truss Bridge



Class Number (NBR)

Class Name


Electronics Devices and Electronics I


Digital Principle


Embedded Systems and Applications


Communications Systems I


RF/Microwave Circuits I


HDL Based Digital Design with Programmable Logic


Integrated Power Electronics


Analog Circuits (In Progress...)


Fundamentals of Energy Systems(In Progress...)


RF/Microwave Circuits II (In Progress...)


Electronics Devices and Electronics 2


Senior Capstone Design (Senior Desgin is in Progess.(Microwave Traffic Sensor)


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