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Arun S

Mobile: +919786456698
Mail: Arun1.Shanmugasundaram@gmail.com

Career Objective
Seeking a position to utilize my skills in the Information Technology Industry to grow within
the organization and be able to contribute to the growth of the organization through my knowledge,
skills, dedication, innovative thinking and hard work.

Educational Qualification
B.E – 69.52% Electronics and Communication Engineering
April 2008 Shri Angalamman College of Engineering & Technology, Trichy, Tamil Nadu

HSC – 84%
April 2004 Zamindars HSS Thuraiyur, Trichy, Tamil Nadu

SSLC – 86%
April 2002 Zamindars HSS Thuraiyur, Trichy, Tamil Nadu

Professional Training
• Attended Embedded System training conducted by Techzone, Trichy
• Attended Communication and Transmission Training program conducted by BSNL, Trichy
• Member in Electronics and Communication Student's Association (ECSA)

Technical Skills

Operating Systems Windows NT 4.0, XP, UNIX,


Database SQL
Languages C, C++
Testing Tools Exposure to QTP 9.2

Fields of Interest:

Operating Systems Windows NT 4.0, XP, ME, UNIX,


Software Manual and Automation Testing
Hardware Linear Integrated Circuits, Microprocessor
Languages C, C++

Project Experience
Key Areas and Strength
•Good exposure to Software Testing Life Cycle
•Involved in conducting Seminars, Paper, designing Mini project, organizing college level
programs.
•Good knowledge in designing circuits and coding
•Good knowledge in debugging and troubleshooting

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Arun S
Mobile: +919786456698
Mail: Arun1.Shanmugasundaram@gmail.com

Company : Central Electro Chemical Research Institute (CECRI)


Project : Embedded Controller Based SOC Monitor for Lead Acid Batteries
Team Size :4
Duration Involved : Jan 2008 To Mar2008
Tools Used : Embedded controller 14X877
Role : Programmer

Responsibilities:

• Understanding the application and Identification of Functionalities considered for automation


• Preparation of Power supply circuit design
• Analysis of compatibility of embedded IC
• Preparation of algorithm and flow chart for embedded program
• Embedded Program execution and documenting the results
• Preparation/review of project design and description document

Project Description:

• Our project entitles “ EMBEDDED CONTROLLER BASED SOC MONITOR FOR


LEAD batteries” is mainly focused on finding the SOC (state of charge) of lead acid batteries
by using internal resistance method. The SOC reference is normally the rated capacity of a
cell that is a new cell. It is not the fully charged capacity of the cell when it was last charged
(i.e. the current charge-discharge cycle). This is because the cell capacity gradually reduces as
the cell ages and it is also affected by temperature and discharge rate.

• Different methods are available to determining the state of charge, but these methods does not
show the accurate value while estimating the SOC, due to long stabilization period. Hence we
go for internal resistance method. This method gives the accurate value at a given time. This
project also shows the SOH (state of health) of the battery. The state of health reflects the
general state of the battery and its ability to store charge, compared with a new battery. SOH
calculations are, by their very nature, extremely complex and dependent on the understanding
of a battery's chemistry and environment. By using our project we eliminate a battery's SOH
is influenced by numerous factors, including charge acceptance, internal resistance, voltage,
self-discharge and temperature.

• There are numerous applications for the use of lead-acid storage batteries. They range from
the extremely large battery systems used in load leveling by electrical utility companies to the
relatively small batteries used in hand tools.

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Arun S
Mobile: +919786456698
Mail: Arun1.Shanmugasundaram@gmail.com

Mini projects:
Mobile Phone sniffer Circuit
• The mobile phone sniffer circuit is not only detect the presence of mobile phone activity
(voice or text), it can home in on the culprit
• In some situations and locations, the use of a mobile phone is forbidden. You may be
discussing sensitive information in a closed meeting or holding important exams. How
can you be sure that a concealed phone is not being used to pass information outside?
Maybe you’re just curious and would like to know if someone nearby is using a phone

Invisible Broken wire Detector


• Portable loads such as video cameras, halogen floodlights, electrical irons, hand drillers,
grinders, and cutters are powered by connecting long 2- or 3-core cables to the mains
plug. Due to prolonged usage, the power cord wires are subjected to mechanical strain
and stress, which can lead to internal snapping of wires at any point. In such a case most
people go for replacing the core/cable, as finding the exact location of a broken wire is
difficult. In 3-core cables, it appears almost impossible to detect a broken wire and the
point of break without physically disturbing all the three wires that are concealed in a
PVC jacket.
• The invisible broken wire detector circuit can easily and quickly detects a broken/faulty
wire and its breakage point in 1-core, 2-core, and 3-core cables without physically
disturbing wires. It is built using hex inverter CMOS CD4069. Gates are used as a pulse
generator that oscillates at around 1000 Hz in audio range.

Personal Details :

Mobile : +919786456698
E - Mail : Arun1.Shanmugasundaram@gmail.com
Date of Birth : 28th July 1986
Father’s Name : Mr. A. Shanmugasundaram
Marital status : Single
Temporary Address: 29 B, Moses illam,
Vellalar Street,
Gandhi Road,
Velachey,
Chennai - 600042
Permanent Address: 1/113, West street,
Madurapuri,
Thuraiyur,
Trichy – 621010,
Tamilnadu,
India.

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