Hi! I’m Ashwith and I’m an engineer from Bangalore who loves working on little projects. I have my own mini lab at home where I spend time working on simple circuits. My main goal is to use these to write tutorials for others to learn – especially in cases where information has been hard to find or the existing resources took me a lot of effort to understand.
I worked for two years at Cortina Systems as a design verification engineer. I have been involved in three successful tapeouts. I worked on networking chips and was involved in both testbench development (module level as well as full chip) and test case development – up to the point of code and functional coverage.
I’ve completed my bachelor’s degree in engineering at BMSCE, Bangalore in the field of Electronics and Communication. I’m now hoping to pursue a Master’s degree and continue with my passion for analog desgin.
When I’m not playing around with circuits or writing code in C, FORTRAN, Verilog, Assembly, VB.NET(etc…. etc…), you’ll find me playing my guitar, playing NFS, Age of Empires or simply chatting with friends. Do stick around and check out the projects I’m working on (and other stuff) :-). If you need more “professional” info, you can fine me on Linkedin at in.linkedin.com/in/ashwith/
Although I have tested my projects to work as I have stated, I take no responsibility for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or exemplary damages due to any of my blog posts. The software, code, circuits or any sort of information posted on this blog comes with no warranty.
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