In Reply to: Exciting Engineering Opportunities @ TRW posted by Melissa Bailey on 01/02/02 at 5:11 PM:
240 South Hester, Apt # 8
Stillwater, Oklahoma - 74074
Date: February 19, 2002
Dear HR Personnel,
The motivation that “Success is the sum
of small efforts, repeated day in and day out...”
by Robert Collier, has made it possible for me to
reach this point in my life. I’m currently
pursuing my Master in Electrical Engineering at
Oklahoma State University and will be graduating
in May 2002. I hope to start my career as an
engineer in your company.
I have been working on three US defense
projects: ‘Sailor’s Wireless Communication Badge
System’ for DoD, ‘DoD Navy Wireless Audio/Video
Headsets Development’ for US Navy and ‘Advanced
Miniaturized Wireless & Wired Systems Designing,
Optimization, and Development’ with OCAST,
Sciperio, and DoD DARPA. I have been involved in
hardware design, hardware optimization, antenna
design, writing firmware and in code optimization.
I have also worked on ‘Virtual Lab Development’
project for Southwestern Bell that involves making
virtual reality possible for the remote students
to do the lab with their local peers. I also have
a good understanding of C, C++, JAVA and assembly
language coding. I have worked as a JAVA tutor in
India for one year. My undergraduate final year
project was to develop a dumb terminal that would
be used for testing data transmission and
reception in missile systems. The coding used for
the development of this dumb terminal was C and
assembly language. My undergraduate summer
internship at ELCOT, India gave me a chance to
explore servicing, designing and troubleshooting
of VHF equipment.
My research work in spread spectrum techniques like IMT-2000, WCDMA, Bluetooth, GMS, IEEE 802.11 and their interoperability issues with the existing network protocols like IP, WMPLS, WATM, MIP, ROMIP have helped me develop a strong background in the field of Wireless Communications. The research involves literature reviews, presentations, writing summaries, optimization, evaluation and analyzing handoff issues. I have also been doing research in GMPLS, WMPLS, MPLamdaS, WAP, VOIP, IPSec, SNMP, FTP, TFTP, MIP, ROMIP, ICMP, IGMP, VPN, WIP, WATM, SDP, Frame Relay and HDLC. With this background research, I have submitted a few papers to IEEE.
Working in a group with fifteen people from different countries has made me a cordial,
successful and a helpful coworker. I have also
been a coordinator for two groups: CDMA/WCDMA
Optimization group and Web Development and
Maintenance group. I was also awarded a
Presidential Fellowship for the year 2000 by
Oklahoma State University for maintaining good
grades in the courses.
I am looking forward to hearing a positive
response from you, so that I can have a great
start in my career in the industry by joining your company.
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Student IEEE Member
240 South Hester,Apt#8
Stillwater, OK - 74074
Home Phone : (405)-372 3204
Office Phone : (405)-744 2662
Lab Phone : (405)-744 6291
To obtain a challenging full-time position
in the field of Engineering and
Technology, where I can use my
Electrical Engineering background,
Computer Programming and Interpersonal
Aug. 2000 - Present MS Electrical & Computer
Aug.1996- Jun.2000 BS Electronics &
University of Madras,
Aug. 2000 - Present Research Assistant,
ACSEL & OCLNB, Oklahoma
Working on a project for US Navy DoD Navy
Wireless Audio/Video Headset Development
that involves developing a full motion,
full duplex audio/video capability for
the wireless communications headset
systems that are used on board Navy ships.
Working on a project for Oklahoma Center
for Advancement of Science & Technology
(OCAST): Development of baseband and RF
hardware, fundamental control firmware,
system control, management, operation
system development, external networking,
interface system development, overall
system hardware and software code
Working on a project for Department of
Defense (U.S): Development of a Sailor’s
Wireless Communications Badge that does
voice identification, touch activation,
voice activated dialing, geolocation,
health status monitoring, barcode reading,
imaging and radiation monitoring.
Worked on a project for Southwestern Bell:
Virtual Laboratory Development that
enables remote students to work with the
local peers with their virtual presence.
Aug. 2001 - Dec. 2001 Teaching Assistant,
(Graduate Level Course).
Grading the homework of the students for
the course that is related to Antenna
Design, Polarization, Electro-Magnetic
Radiation, RF Link Analysis, Link
Budgeting, Channel Characteristics
and Effects, Guided Waves, Macro-Cell
Diversity and Micro-Cell Diversity.
Jan. 2001-May. 2001 Teaching Assistant,
Providing technical support to the
undergraduate students in FORTRAN
programming in the Industrial
department and also involved in
grading undergraduate exam.
Aug. 2000-Dec.2000 Teaching Assistant,
Providing technical support to the
undergraduate students in Interactive C
and JAVA to program Robots.
Jul. 1999 - Jun. 2000 JAVA Tutor, KAIZEN
Computer Center, Chennai,
Dec 1999 - Jan 2000 Undergraduate Project,
Limited, (BEL) Chennai,
Programming of microcontroller using C and
Assembly language and development of
hardware to test the data flow between the
missile and the control station.
May 1998 - Jun 1998 Undergraduate Internship,
Of Tamilnadu Limited,
(ELCOT), Chennai, INDIA.
Undergone training on basic hardware
designing and servicing VHF equipment:
Walkie-Talkie, Cell Phones, and Pager.
The hardware designing also includes
filter designing and amplifier designing.
PUBLICATIONS (Submitted & in Progress)
1.K. Srinivasan and J.M. Chung, “Wireless
Internetworking Protocol (WIP),”
IEEE Personal Communications.
2.J.M. Chung, M.A. Subieta and K. Srinivasan,
“Wireless MultiProtocol Label Switching
(WMPLS),” IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing.
3.J.M. Chung, K. Srinivasan and M.A. Subieta,
“Wireless MultiProtocol Label Switching
(WMPLS),” The Network Society.
Handoff, Interoperability with existing
networking protocols, Testing and
Implementation of CDMA, WCDMA, IMT-2000,
cdma2000, Bluetooth, PCS, GSM,
IEEE 802.11, Satellite Communications
Working with Agilent 89441A Vector Signal
Analyzer (Officially Trained), Agilent
E1852A (Bluetooth Test Set)and Agilent
E4437B Signal Generator.
VOIP, TCP/IP, UDP, ATM, Frame Relay, HDLC,
MPLS, GMPLS, WMPLS, MPLambdaS, WAP,
RTP/RTCP, IPSec, SNMP, FTP, TFTP, MIP,
ROMIP, ITMIP, CIP, HAWAII, ICMP, RIP, OSPF,
IGMP, LMP, L2CAP, RFCOMM, LDP, E-RSVP,
CRLDP, VPN, WIP, WATM, SDP, OXC, ADM,
Fiber Network System Reliability and
Survivability Enhancement, Queuing Theory,
Traffic Analysis, Jitter Analysis, VoMPLS,
ARP, SMTP, BootP, DHCP and DNS.
Working with Netbuilder II, Gigabit Extreme
switches, Agilent sniffer, Ether Peak,
Samba server, CELLPlex 7000, CoreBuilder
7000, ADTECH AX/4000 (Broadband Test
System), DMS 10, PBX, Novel Netware and
C, C++, VC++, VB, ORACLE, SQL, JAVA, HTML,
XML, WML, JAVA SCRIPT, ASP, JAVA BEANS,
CGI, PERL, FORTRAN, Assembly language
(8085/8086), MATLAB, BlueZ, COMNET, OPNET,
Mathcad 2000, Microsoft Office, Microsoft
Operating Systems: DOS, WINDOWS XX, UNIX,
Mac and LINUX.
Year 2000 Presidential Award, Awarded by
Graduate School, Oklahoma State
Microsoft Certified Solution Developer
Microsoft Visual Basic Certified
SQL Certified Professional.
Windows Architecture-I Certified
Windows Architecture-II Certified
Coordination of CDMA/WCDMA Optimization
Coordination, Developing and Maintenance
ACSEL & OCLNB Lab Website.
1.Dr. Jong-Moon Chung (Advisor)
Ph. No: (405) 744-9924
2.Dr. George Scheets
Ph. No: (405) 744-6553
3.Dr. Mark Weiser
Ph. No: (405) 744-9000
4.Dr. Louis G. Johnson
Ph. No: (405) 744-5169
5.Dr. James West
Ph. No: (405) 744-6093