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Aug. 1992 to Feb. 1995
IBM Corp., Dept. 96S, System Performance Evaluation, Boca Raton, FL.
Design Engineer, duties included: Design of high speed digital systems for collecting trace data from X86, Pentium, and P6 based systems, implementation of "processor like" functions in Actel FPGAs, "Beta" test site for Actel place and route software, multi-module simulation utilizing Viewsim, AIX/Unix system administrator for a network of Risc based workstations, Creation of post processing software (utilizing "C" and "C++") for validating and analyzing trace data, published author on the use of FPGAs to shorten development cycles in products for emerging markets, pioneer in the use of hierarchical design techniques for printed circuit board design on Viewlogic/PCAD based CAD systems, extensive experience with the AFS file system and networked systems using TCP/IP.
IBM Coordinator: Margarett Lydon
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Mar.1991 to Aug.1992.
IBM T.J. Watson Research Ctr, Dept 523, System Performance Analysis, Hawth., NY.
Design Engineer, responsible for design of custom hardware to trace and measure the performance of various Intel X86 based systems. Viewlogic, Palasm, and ORCAD development & simulation tools used for "chip level" designs utilizing Actel FPGA's along with various high speed PALs. Cadence/Valid-Allegro development tools used to implement board level designs based on "Fast" and Advanced BiCMOS logic families.
IBM Coordinator: Joe Morris
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May 1990 to Nov. 1990.
IBM Corp., Dept. 26T, Mobile Solutions Development, Boca Raton, Fl.
Design Engineer. Duties included chip level design of various PALs and FPGAs to replace existing discrete "System Board" logic achieving a reduction in size and power consumption for the IBM PC Radio (Invention Disclosure #BC8-91-0132). Design, simulation, and testing carried out using the Actel "ALS FPGA Development System", along with the ORCAD schematic capture system.
IBM Coordinator: Stephen Still
PC Radio

Sept. 1989 to May 1990.
IBM Corp., Dept. 96S, Custom Products, Boca Raton, Fl.
Design Engineer and Systems Integrator. Duties included debug and redesign of PC based "Point of Sale" terminals, utilizing programmable logic devices and P-Cad schematic capture software.
IBM Coordinator: Frank Fado
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Apr. 1987 to Nov. 1988.
IBM Corp., Dept. 96S, Custom Products, Boca Raton, Fl.
Design Engineer and Systems Integrator, duties included the design of a switching power supply for the IBM "MOD 2" point of sale terminal, along with various microcontroller based interface cards.
IBM Coordinator: Bill Totten
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Aug. 1986 to Apr. 1987
Gould, Inc., Ft. Lauderdale FL
Design Engineer and Systems Integrator. Designed both digital and AC power subsystems for Gould's "Ruggedized Computer" line of military computers.
Manger: Skip Culver
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Jan. 1983 to Jul. 1986.
IBM Corp., Dept. 96S, Custom Products, Boca Raton, Fl.
Design Engineer and Systems Integrator, duties included the design and prototyping of microcontroller based interface boxes to facilitate the sales of IBM mainframe computers.
IBM Coordinator: Jim Stanton
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Jun. 1982 to Jan. 1983.
Automation Products Co. (3M), Austin TX.
Design Engineer and Systems Integrator for Production Test Dept.
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Nov. 1980 to May. 1982.
Zenith Radio, Austin Ave., Chicago, IL
Designer and Systems Integrator for Production Test Dept.
Manager: John Dwonch.
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