Marty Mcleod is an experienced electrical, electronics, and embedded firmware design engineer from a small town in Alabama. He has a passionate interest in audio, having enjoyed it both as a long-time hobby and during his work as a mobile electronics installer before earning a degree and working as an engineer professionally.
DIY projects have been a favorite of his for many years, having built and modified various unique audio designs, speaker systems, and car audio sound systems.
McLeod has professional engineering work experience in electronics design, from schematic entry to printed circuit board (PCB) design, prototyping/circuit assembly, and digital design development, including firmware design in C and assembly language.
Marty graduated cum laude with a bachelor of science in Electrical Engineering from the Auburn University College of Engineering. He additionally holds an associate degree with honors in Electronics Technology from West Georgia Technical College, as well as an associate degree in pre-engineering from SUSCC.
- Design documentation published in Circuit Cellar magazine.
- Honorable mention, 2010 Texas Instruments/Circuit Cellar Stellaris embedded design contest.
- Special Recognition, 2010 Parallax RF design contest.
- Mobile Electronics Certification Program (MECP) certified installer.
- Owner of the Gwinnett Mobile car, home, and marine custom audio installation service.
Example personal projects