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*Soldering, building circuits (and burning holes in things) since age 9 or so.  
*KK4HMR - Working on my General Class HAM license.
*Made homemade guitar effects in teen years.  
*Building a 2 Watt Continuous Wave transmitter.
*Competed in Regional Robotics competition in Miami during college.  
*Building a keyboard to Morse code encoder/decoder using a Teensy board.
*Did mechanical design at automation R&D facility for P&G.  
*Interested in long distance high altitude balloons with APRS.
**Switched them over from big expensive and static test stands to erector set style where the servo motors and unit ops could be moved around on the machine.  
*Interested in electronic music, home-made instruments, primitive instruments, hand-drums, guitar.
*Embedded programming at Steel mill startup.  
*Hope to make a tipi or yurt this summer.
*Controls engineer and project engineer at Allen-Bradley.
*Astronomy, planning to buy a telescope. Would like to organize a dark sky campout for Perseids 2012.
*Currently using Perl when possible to automate stuff as possible for large SCADA project for Duke Energy.
*Just put up a bathouse on a 16 foot tower designed to be able to be lowered. Next one will have a solar bat-cam.
*Birding, hiking, kayaking, nature photography.

Latest revision as of 12:08, 8 April 2012

  • KK4HMR - Working on my General Class HAM license.
  • Building a 2 Watt Continuous Wave transmitter.
  • Building a keyboard to Morse code encoder/decoder using a Teensy board.
  • Interested in long distance high altitude balloons with APRS.
  • Interested in electronic music, home-made instruments, primitive instruments, hand-drums, guitar.
  • Hope to make a tipi or yurt this summer.
  • Astronomy, planning to buy a telescope. Would like to organize a dark sky campout for Perseids 2012.
  • Just put up a bathouse on a 16 foot tower designed to be able to be lowered. Next one will have a solar bat-cam.
  • Birding, hiking, kayaking, nature photography.