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About Me


20 years working as a test engineer designing software and hardware and test systems.


I am afraid of clowns.


Electronic Design

Complete System Designs - Car Lot Monitoring System w/ RF, Fingerprint Recognition, and Static Accelerometers, Ozone Water Treatment System, GPS Data Logger for Agricultural Applications, PLC HVAC Controller and Interface for Mine trucks, Touch Screen System for Photocopier, Ignition System, Diesel Injector Test Stand, Speed/Odometer Conversion Module, Vacuum Truck Rev. Controller, Hydraulic Boom Controller.

Test systems for Mobile Devices, Data Radios, Base Station Transceivers, Amplifiers, Blood Glucose meters, Wireless Insulin Delivery, in-flight entertainment, redundant power supplies, satellite and terrestrial set top boxes, personal computers, servers, monitors, photo copiers, NAS, GPS, security, and surveillance systems.

Software Design

Programming - ASM, Pascal, HP Basic, Borland C, GCC, Visual C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, Java, C#, .Net, Testpoint, TestStand, LabWindows CVI, Keil uVision, CCS C, MPLAB, Eclipse.

Targets - MC8051, MC6800, MC6805, MC68000, HC11, Z80, 80x86, MSP430, LPC2148, Microchip series, ARM series.

Platforms - Windows, Amiga, PSP, HP Unix, Digital Vax, Linux, Trilogi PLC, Android.

Notable Projects

GPS Data Logger - Based on Microchip 16F84 and CCS C compiler. Decoded JRC GPS binary data into human readable format. Simple user interface design using a rotary encoder, 3 buttons, and backlit 16x20 LCD. Data was stored in an I2C eeprom by bit banging through general purpose I/O. This is used to identify location of weed patches in a field and to create a map for selective herbicide application.

HVAC Controller - Implemented the Trilogi PLC using ladder logic, basic, and a PID loop. User interface was another 16x20 LCD, and an array of buttons for setting current temperature and cooling modes.

Lots of stuff I will fill in here as we go...


Lots of stuff I will fill in here as we go...

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