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Wishbone bus and Can bus
“He is a real rascal. Do not pay this buttered before he delivers. he dose not know nothing will grab money from you and will not even than replay. Do not release the milestone whatever they say.”Muhammad K. 2 tahun lepas
Project EngineerJul 2015
Embedded Systems design , FPGA and PIC Microcontroller based hardware design . Firmware and Software design and Systems analysis using Matlab.
Team LeadJan 2012 - Dec 2014 (2 years)
I worked as Hardware Design group Team Lead , developed modules for wireless sensor network.
Digital and Analogue Design EngineerMay 2010 - Dec 2011 (1 year)
FPGA Hardware Design of Satellite Communication system.
FPGA Design EngineerFeb 2006 - Dec 2008 (2 years)
OTDR implementation on a FPGA , Moving Averaging Filter design .
Design EngineerSep 2001 - Nov 2005 (4 years)
FPGA Design for MIL-STD-1553 and front end circuit design.
MSc Electronics Engineering1998 - 2001 (3 years)
M.Sc Telecommunication Engineering2015 - 2017 (2 years)
Winner Best Design (2004)Cypress Semiconductor
Reconfigurable Logic using PSOC
DSP Systems Engineering (2012)University of California , Irvine
Digital Signal Processing fundamentals, DFT,FFT , Digital Filter modelling and simulation using Matlab, FIR and IIR filter implementation on FPGA
Audio Signal Processing
An audio signal frequency range is from 20Hz to 20Khz. In a music sample 20Khz bandwidth is required to encompass all harmonics. Although natural sounding speech only requires about 3.2Khz . Telecommunication systems typically operate with a sampling rate of about 8 kHz, allowing natural sounding speech, but greatly reduced music quality. \n\nHere we are proposing a FPGA based audio signal filtering system which is reconfigurable and can be used as a Processing Engine to reduce background noise from a musi
OTDR Implementation on FPGA
Optical Time Domain Reflectrometery\n\nIn optical fiber communication, optical time domain reflectometery (OTDR) is a commonly used technique for characterization and fault location of optical fiber transmission systems. It involves measuring the fraction of a probe pulse that is scattered back (by Rayleigh scattering) from a silica fiber. Because of the very small levels of backscatter in single-mode fiber at long wavelengths, very sensitive optical detection is necessary to achieve adequate range performa