Prashanth.B,MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering,Fall 2009 prashanthseven@gmail.

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EDUCATION Bachelor of engineering, Electronics and comunications engineering, Expected -july 2009 Madras Institute of Technology, chennai CGPA – 7.9/10 (India) GRE : 1390/1600 (Quantitative – 800) (Verbal – 590) Analytical Writing : 4.0/6 TOEFL:115/120 PERTINENT COURSEWORK • Engineering – Space Time Wireless Communication,Satellite Communication, Wireless And Mobile Communication,Optical Communication And Networking, Computer Networks,Communication System And Networks Lab,Communication Theory And Systems, Antennas And Wave Propagation,Digital Electronics, Analog Electronics, Signals and Systems, Communication Theory, Digital Communications, Digital Signal Processing, Circuit Theory, Signal Theory, Computer Architecture, Data Structures • Mathematics – Numerical Methods, Random Process, Probability and Statistics, Mathematics courses I,II,III • Physics – Electromagnetic fields and waves, Physics For Communication Engineering, Engineering Electromagnetics INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE • Worked as a summer intern in Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) -studied various digital hierarchies that formed the backbone of telecommunication networks -Developed programs for echo cancellation and equalization in 2W/4W hybrid circuits using a DSP processor (june '06–july '06)  Worked as a summer intern in BSNL again,at the end of which I was part of a group that presented a project/paper titled 'Application Of Classical 2-

Ray Model For Coverage Predictions Of Rural Mobile Communications Over Various Zones Of South India'. -Comparison of radio measurements with prediction methods for diverse terrain conditions to identify the communication schemes that are most suitable for rural zones of south India. (june '07-july '07) Interned with Net Access India (Part Of Murugappa Group)-Gained exposure to the deployment of Wireless Network Technology and the proper implementation/ maintenance of Wi-Fi,Wi-Max networks,intranets and other Networking infrastructure. -Designing High Performance Enterprise Wi-Fi Networks. -Ways to increase the capacity of WLANS in a Dense Access Point environment. (june'08-august '08) RESEARCH EXPERIENCE • Volunteered as a research assistant for a doctoral student and studied The Capacity Of MIMO Channels With Data Aided Channel Estimation. (july '07-august '07) • Built a wireless network that extends existing wired ethernet college network over one floor of the under graduate dorm: -Installed Wireless Access Points -Configured Adapters -Configured Ad-Hoc WLAN (august '08)-MIT Chennai • Designed an original multiple access scheme that meets the research targets of 4G cellular technology. It performs a Variable Spread of input data dictated by the number of users in a channel,while maintaining the same data rate of other fourth generation schemes by exploiting the orthogonality properties of the IFFT. Presented results in a paper titled 'Advent 4GMA' at IEEE student symposium. URL: http://www.scribd.com/doc/8951095/Advent-4GMA (august ‘07 – march ’08) Final Year project:Designing a Multi-Rate Broadcast Scheme (using Super Position Turbo-TCM) for Wireless Broadband channels. (january '08 -till date)

Additional Project at Anna University–K B Chandrasekhar Research Center - development of an infrastructure standard that integrates Bio-Medical sensors and low power Radio Communications into an emergency care setting. Physical layer design of a Wireless Communication Substrate for medical devices that addresses Ad-Hoc network formation. -Setting up an Ad hoc network testbed in the MIT campus (till date) Research interests homepage:prashanthseven.blogspot.com

AWARDS • Won recognition for paper titled 'Advent 4GMA' in 'Resonance 08-IEEE troniks', a National Level Symposium conducted by the IEEE Student branch of VIT University and the IEEE Computer Society, madras Chapter. • National level swimmer;won All Round Proficiency award in 2007. TECHNICAL SKILLS • C, C++, Java • MATLAB, XILINX ISE Simulator,NS2

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