I have worked in both heavy current and electronics fields for utilities, telecommunications, hospital & private companies. I have gained experience working in these areas:
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Electrical protection, Calibration labs, Instrument maintenance
Nuclear power plant, Fire protection systems
Technical support on a telephone exchange, Quality assurance testing
Designing & building test equipment, Subscriber line system
E1 MUX design, Debugging telecom ICs, Upgrading distribution boards
ABC cables & armoured cables, Research in alternative energy
My strengths are in the field of Research, Analysis, Design & Development.
Available for work on new products, improvements on existing product or plant.
Embedded Real-Time Control Systems. FPGA design. Software and Hardware design. Analogue & Digital electronics. Communications systems.
LV Cable Installation (overhead, underground), Distribution Boards (installation & upgrading), Metering, Monitoring & Management.
Past Experience & Services provided:
1. Univ. of Stellenbosch (Thesis in conjunction with Tygerberg Hospital in development of instrument to measure depth of anaethesia)
2. ESKOM (Protection HV/LV, Investigation & Analysis of Plant Instrumentation & Control Systems, Instrument Calibration, SMPS technology) (Substations & Nuclear Power Station)
3. Altech Group (Teltech, STC, APN, Alcatel Altech Telecoms)
(Exchanges - hardware support, self-test software support, subscriber line interfaces investigation, SPICE simulations, solving problems produced by transmission line effects, sub-system testing involving environmental tests; PABX - R2 signalling board test system design & construction; DPGS - embedded software development; E1 Mux - developed Technical Specification from Marketing Specification, determined system requirements, wrote specifications for FPGA designer, did hardware & software development, including PCB layout specification)
4. South African Micro Electronic Systems (SAMES) (Telecom IC Design & Debug - debugging E1 Frame Aligner chip ACFA,...
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