|Status Level:||Contributor (39 points)|
|Member Since:||Apr 4, 2011|
|Last Logged In:||Oct 18, 2012 10:52 AM|
|Biography:|| Thank you for taking the time to review qualifications. My expertise and ~16 years experience in “Microwave - RF – Analog” electronics is wide-ranging. I have practical experience from “baseband to (X-K) Band
My designs included cost-sensitive, very low-current commercial RF products and complexity radios for the Army, receivers and system integration for the Air Force and Navy.
My design skills include Systems- Architecture and component (MMIC- Discrete) level engineering. Strong hands on experience, including prototype testing of large or small quantities. Writing product speciation, parts lists and proposals. I believe I would strengthen your team.
Some Career Snapshot:
I was responsible for the technical R&D efforts at Bosch for more than 6 years; the team size was five people. With frequencies ranging from Baseband to > 21 GHz, and harmonic filters to > 34 GHz.
• I was a critical R&D team member for the design of the new receiver a radio at Harris. A Wideband radio (20 to 2200) MHz
• Have successfully performed several small state of the art consultant jobs, i.e.: discrete PLL and LNA.
• Teaching Adjutant at RIT: for Microwave and Electromagnetic design lab at RIT, “master’s degree program”
Jim Carlini Engineer
|Expertise:|| Greeting Gentlemen,
I've been a Microwave to Analog Engineer working from baseband to up (X- K) Bands.
I spend most engineering time in R&D doing design to implementation for >16years. I been fortunate to cover X-KU radars and sensors and X band navy receivers, including some early high frequency agile synthesize. I Worked on C-band air force communications receivers, I helped design receivers and exciters for army hand sets. Designed commercial wireless security ultralow power, tough emissions. Seen results for emission pass our testing pass and several European countries’s and then have some other country locate a grating lobe resulting in a 6dBi failure, no fun
I Started at Sierra Research, great company for 10 years they nearly lost it, I went to Electronetics a nice radar House. They lost the big contract I moved to Bosh for 9 years. Bosh was great modern equipment very progressive. Worked with Germany for on board probe testing. Created low cost comercial and cutting edge products. Cooperate decision moved all R$D to Germany. Worded as Teaching Adjutant RIT and then Cybernet. Came back to work for Harris for 15 months stimulating radio design and troubleshooting area. Some shake up occurred at "headquarters" I was laded off, they not too locally. I was shortly asked back to engineering test. Found errors with the ATE, this crated a few unhappy people. To me the equipment and procedures simple needed to be changed. If this occurs again I will be discrete. I’ll leave it at that
Currently I’m doing some consulting and keeping and open eye for where my skills may be appreciated
Jim Carlini Engineer