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Simon Lim
 Post subject: RF/SiP Engineer in Korea
Posted: Sat Nov 21, 2009 8:37 am 
 
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Joined: Sat Nov 21, 2009 8:11 am

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I would like to apply my resume to Korea site or another site. If you have any question my resume, please contact my E-mail address.

Nationality : Korea

Name : Simon Lim

Cell phone : 82-10-2424-1155

E-mail : ism1155@shinbiro.com

Target Occupation : Hardware/RF/SiP module Engineer

EDUCATION BACKGROUND : Computer & communication engineering Choung-ju university Graduation

Man power :

Fully capability from design module which is verified with simulation to Testing spec.

Carrier-------------------------------------------

Codial.co.ltd Hardware team 2002 ~ 2004 year

Main job – Development Circuit for CDMA celluer phone.

Development RF&Multimedia part in laminated PCB for CDMA celluer phone.

2002 year - Followed up CDMA Celluer phone @450MHz MSM 5100 base for Synertek mobile phone.

2003 year - Development CDMA Celluer phone@800 MHz MSM 5100 base for Arima, Amoisonic mobile phone.

2004 year - Development Triple mode CDMA Celluer phone @MSM 6100 base for Super board for testing.

Jahwa electronics.co.ltd R&D 1 team 2004~2008 year

Main job – Development Circuit for RF module with LTCC (Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramic) carrier.

Development RF part in LTCC carrier for GSM celluer phone.

2004 year - Development Dual band GSM900, DCS1800 Antenna switch module (4.5x3.2 mm) for SEC GSM mobile phone.

2005 year - Development Triple band GSM900, DCS1800, PCS1900 Antenna switch module (4.5x3.2 mm) for SEC GSM mobile phone.

2006 year - Development Dual band GSM900, DCS1800 Front End module (5.4x4.0 mm) for SEC GSM mobile phone.

2007 year - Development Triple band GSM900, DCS1800, PCS1900 Front End module (5.4x4.0 mm) for SEC GSM mobile phone.

ASE Korea R&D team 2008 year ~ Now

Main job – Development Circuit for RF/SiP/Power module with various carrier (Laminated PCB, LTCC..)

Development RF/Power/Digital part in various carrier for Mobile and PC application.

2008 year - Development 2.45GHz Zigbee System in Package Module 10 x 10 mm for Radiopulse

2008 year – Development DCDC converter(Buck) System in Package Module 15 x 15 mm for Intersil.

2008 year – Development 3Gbps SATA controller FBGA 14x14mm for Indilinx.

2009 year - Development 2.45GHz Zigbee System in Package Module 9 x 9 mm for Radiopulse with included

Embedded Passive Discrete to apply to low cost model.

2009 year - Development DCDC converter (Buck) System in Package Module 10 x 15 mm for MAXIM.

2009 year - Development 2.45GHz Zigbee USIM card for Radiopulse.

2009 year - Development 900MHz RFID USIM card for Radiopulse.

2009 year - Development Power Management Module ; W/B+WLCPS combo 12x12mm for QCT.

2010 year – Development 900MHz UHF band Balun+LPF LTCC type module 3.5x3.5mm for Radiopulse.

2010 year - Development 2.45GHz Zigbee + 1GB Flash RAM MicroSD card for Radiopulse.

Master grade skill

Design tool: Mentor PowerPCB, logic, Cadence Allegro Package Designer, Cadence CIS.

Simulation tool: Agilent ADS, Momentum, Ansoft HFSS, Links, RLC extractor.

Measurement tool: Oscilloscope, Signal generator, Spectrum analyzer, Network analyzer…

Fully capability from design module which is verified with simulation to Testing spec.


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