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Name of the Post Applied:RF/ Microwave Test Engineer
Job related skills / software:Power Amplifiers, Network Analyzer
Category:IT / Computer
Sub Category:Testing Engineer
Years of Experience:0 years
State:Andhra Pradesh
Salary Expected per Month(Rs):Negotiable
Highest Qualification attained:M.Tech. : Master of Technology
Major / Specialization:Communication and Radar systems
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Educational Qualification/ Experience :
Having 1 YEAR Experience on R&D in RF and Microwave field which includes
Development and testing of RF based products  : POWER AMPLIFIERS.
Active involvement in all phases of project development such as Implementation, Testing and Documentation.
Worked as a GEA in Microwave Components section, Communications Division, Electronics Corporation of India Limited, Hyderabad,From March 2009-2010
M.Tech in Communication and Radar systems CGPA-8.3 in KL University, Vaddeswaram 2010-2012.
B.Tech in Electronics& Communication Engineering from Thandrapaparaya Institute of Science and Technology, Affiliated to J.N.T.U, Hyderabad with an aggregate of 62.34% During the period 2005-2008.
Diploma in Electronics& Communication Engineering from Bapatla Polytechnic College, Bapatla with an aggregate of 72.22% during the period 2002-2005.
SSC from Taluk High School,Tenali with an aggregate of 71% During the period 2001-2002

Circuit Simulators  : Ansoft Designer,Agilent ADS,AWR,RF-Sim99
EM Simulators  : Zealand IE3D(MOM based), Ansoft EM Simulator,4NEC2
Protocols  : RS-232
Packages  : Ms Office
Title  : Design of Feeder Network And Microstrip Patch Antenna Array For 430MHz-Tropospheric Wind Profiling Radar
Role  : Design and Simulation.
Company  : National Atmospheric Research Laboratory, Department of space, Government of India,GADANKI.
Description  : NARL is developing a 430MHz Tropospheric Wind Profiling Radar which needs to probe the atmosphere up to approximately 8-10kms.The wind profiling radar will operate in Doppler beam swinging mode where five beams are used for wind vector estimation. It contains a 16×16-element antenna array. There are 16 TR-Modules. Each TR-Module feeds 16-elements in the array. Tapering is required to suppress the side lobe level to approximately 17dB. The 16-outputs from each TR-Module should not be of equal amplitude and they should be weighted according to the amplitude distribution.
The main aim of this project work is to design and simulation of
1. (a) Feeder network which consists of Unequal Amplitude Equal-Phase Splitter and unequal amplitude quadrature hybrid coupler.
(b) Beam forming network components which consists of 3dB 90 degrees Hybrid couplers,Cross overs and phase shifters.
2. Micro strip patch antenna as a single element and 1X16 Element linear array in the 16x16 planar array for 430MHz Troposphere wind profiling radar.
The design and simulations are to be carried out using IE3D and ANSOFT DESIGNER simulation softwares.

M. Tech Projects –project work  :
Title  : Design and simulation of Microstrip uneqal amplitude quadrature hybrid coupler as a feeder network component for 430MHz Tropospheric wind profiling Radar.
Publication from M.Tech project in 4th Semister  :
Venkata Kishore.K, Nalini.K ,P.Srinivasulu“Design and simulation of Microstrip uneqal amplitude quadrature hybrid coupler as a feeder network component for 430MHz Tropospheric wind profiling Radar.”Accepted for publication in International Journal of Advanced Scientific Research and Technology,Issue(2),Volume2(April2012),251-264, ISSN  :2249-9954.

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Tech Course Projects -Thesis work 
Title  : Design and Analysis of 3-Element yagi-uda Antenna for Wind Profiling Radar.
Publication from M.Tech Thesis in 3rd Semister  :
Venkata Kishore.K, Nalini.K , B.T.P.Madhav, B.V.Raj Gopala Rao, Surendra Kumar.B , Naga Harsha Vardhan.K “Design and Analysis of 3-Element yagi-uda Antenna for Wind Profiling Radar”Accepted for publication in International Journal of Computer Science & Communication Networks,Vol 1(3), 242-246, ISSN  :2249-5789.

M.Tech Term paper in 2nd Semister  :
Title  : Study of VHF-Band T/R-Module for phased array radar applications.
M. Tech Seminars  :
I. S-Band T/R-Module for phased array radar applications.
II. L-Band Power Solution Module for phased array radar application.

Project 1  : Power Amplifiers
Role  : Development and Testing.
Company  : Electronics Corporation of India Limited, Hyd.
Description  :
Worked in Testing and Development of HF Power Amplifier works in the Frequency range of 1.5 to 30MHz and power output of 1kW. It consists of Linear Power Amplifiers, Medium and High Power Amplifiers, Power Splitter & Combiners, Low pass and Band Pass Filter and Dual Directional Couplers etc. The power amplifier is controlling by the 8051 microcontroller programming.
Various types of power amplifiers under developing
Development of Sub modules for 100W Power Amplifier for UHF SATCOM RADIO. (Frequency Range-290-320MHz).
Development of Sub modules for 1KW VHF Power Amplifier. (Frequency Range-20-100MHz).
Development and Testing of Low Pass Filters for Filter Section Unit. (Frequency Range-30-500MHz).

Project 2 : ST-RADAR[206.5MHz]
Role : Development and Testing.
Company : Electronics Corporation of India Limited, Hyderabad.
Description :
In the active aperture phased array system each antenna of the array is connected to a Transmit receive module popularly called TR module (TRM). These basic building blocks of the TRM are transmitter, duplexer, phase shifter, LNA. A Co-axial cable, forming the feeder network, is typically used for connecting the TRM to the antenna. Since the transmitter and LNA are very close to the antenna, transmit and receive losses are typically less than 0.5 dB. The entire array consists of as many number of TR modules as antennae. Any failure of few of the TR modules does not significantly affect the performance of the radar.
Development and Testing of Sub modules for 400W T/R-Module for phased array radar. (Frequency Range-204-209MHz)

Equipment Handled :
RF Signal generator,250KHz to 3GHz
Network analyzer,300KHz to 30GHz
Spectrum analyzer,9KHz to 22GHz
Modulation analyzer
Vector signal generator, 300KHz to 22GHz
Vector signal analyzer, 20Hz to 3.5GHz
Power meter.

Responsibilities :
Development and testing of RF Power amplifier modules and filters.
Involved in various phases of hardware development and testing.
Responsible for BOM preparation

I hereby declare that all the data and information provided above are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and I hold responsible myself for any irregularities if found.

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