Sachin Gupta

Sachin
Gupta
Senior Applications Engineer,
Cypress Semiconductor

He loves working on different types of analog and digital circuits, as well as synthesizable codes. Sachin is working as Senior Applications Engineer with Cypress Semiconductor. He holds diploma in Electronics and Communications from Vaish Technical Institute and Bachelors in Electronics and Communications from Guru Gobind Singh Indarprastha University, Delhi. He has been working on different SoC products and specializes in capacitive sensing and embedded applications. He is also expert in board layout reviews for good analog performance and EMC/EMI issues. His area of interest are mixed signal applications design and sensor interfacing.

Articles
Safety Matters In Home Appliance Design
Safe home appliances require self-test features. Developing these functions for an MCU can impact product cost and time. Selecting an MCU for which self-test libraries are provided by the vendor will speed implementation.
Dynamic Microcontroller Reconfiguration Delivers More Than 100% Resource Utilization
Using run-time reconfigurable analog and digital logic can enable greater than 100% utilization of available hardware resources, resulting in a smaller footprint and lower system cost.
Design Touchscreen-Based Handheld Systems For Low Power Consumption
Keep an eye on how your system operates in four key modes—active power, sleep, deep sleep, and hibernate—to improve power efficiency.
Developing a Tunable LED White Light System

There’s no doubt that color plays a significant part in our perception of the world around us. But when an object is illuminated with different light sources, it often appears to change color. This property of the illuminating light source can be quantized as CRI (Color Rendering Index).

Commentaries and Blogs
Guest Blogs
Aug 11, 2015
Commentary

Proof-of-Concept Prototypes versus Manufacturing Design Preparations 3

I have designed many early-stage proof-of-concept (POC) circuits, and observed many others do the same thing. It seems that there is often a huge disconnect between clients and engineers, though, when it comes to the goals of a POC design. In simple terms, an engineer worth his salt will overdesign an early POC circuit. This is because Murphy’s law always applies, and POCs are about overcoming unknowns. By overdesigning the circuit, one is able to prove the client’s product POC can be made to work, and quickly....More
Aug 4, 2015
blog

Inconspicuous Pitfalls in Datasheet Analysis

Identifying the limitations of a datasheet saves lots of time, and cost, in terms of troubleshooting and redesigning circuits....More
Jun 30, 2015
Commentary

Four-Wire Sensing Can Make or Break Your Measurements 7

Erroneously implementing four-wire sensing into a measurement instrument can be disastrous, so it becomes critical to have a firm grasp of how sense lines function....More

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