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Amar Singhal

from Cupertino, CA
Age ~45

Amar Singhal Phones & Addresses

  • 10123 Amador Oak Ct, Cupertino, CA 95014
  • Sunnyvale, CA
  • Aliso Viejo, CA
  • San Diego, CA

Work

Company: Qualcomm Dec 2008 Position: Senior engineer

Education

School / High School: I.I.Sc.- Bangalore, Karnataka 2000 Specialities: M.S. in Computer Science

Skills

Networking • Languages - C • C++. • shell programming • OS - unisys( linux • freebsd • solaris) • Tools - gdb • gcc • clearcase • cvs • svn • emacs • vim • cscope • perforce • git • repo • gerrit

Resumes

Resumes

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Software Engineer At Qualcomm

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Location:
Cupertino, CA
Industry:
Wireless
Work:
Qualcomm
Software Engineer at Qualcomm
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Amar Singhal Aliso Viejo, CA

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Work:
Qualcomm

Dec 2008 to 2000
Senior Engineer

Strand Life Sciences
Bangalore, Karnataka
2008 to Aug 2008
Consultant

Juniper Networks
Bangalore, Karnataka
Aug 2006 to Jul 2008
Senior Software Engineer

Firetide Networks
Bangalore, Karnataka
Jan 2005 to Jul 2006
Senior Software Engineer

Intel Bangalore, India
Bangalore, Karnataka
Aug 2002 to Dec 2004
Software Engineer and Technical Marketing

Education:
I.I.Sc.
Bangalore, Karnataka
2000 to 2003
M.S. in Computer Science

IIT
Delhi, Delhi
1996 to 2000
B.Tech in Computer Science and Engineering

Skills:
Networking, Languages - C, C++., shell programming, OS - unisys( linux, freebsd, solaris), Tools - gdb, gcc, clearcase, cvs, svn, emacs, vim, cscope, perforce, git, repo, gerrit

Publications

Us Patents

Effective Bandwidth Path Metric And Path Computation Method For Wireless Mesh Networks With Wired Links

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US Patent:
20160366059, Dec 15, 2016
Filed:
Jan 18, 2016
Appl. No.:
14/997879
Inventors:
- Campbell CA, US
Ravi Prakash - Santa Clara CA, US
Amar Singhal - Cupertino CA, US
Jorjeta Gueorguieva Jetcheva - San Jose CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 12/803
H04L 12/761
H04L 12/26
H04W 40/02
Abstract:
Enhanced mesh network performance is provided by computation of a path metric with respect to multi-hop paths between nodes in a mesh network and determination of a path through the mesh network that is optimal according to the path metric. Information is communicated in the mesh network according to the determined path. Nodes in the mesh network are enabled to communicate via one or more wireless links and/or one or more wired links. The path metric optionally includes an effective bandwidth path metric having elements (listed from highest to lowest conceptual priority) including an inverse of a sustainable data rate, a number of wireless links, and a number of wireless and wired links. The sustainable data rate is a measure of communication bandwidth that is deliverable by a path for a period of time. Accounting is made for interference between contiguous wireless links operating on the same channel.
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