USAF - Electronics Principles Diploma, with a multitude of electronics certifications. B1-B Lancer Avionics Maintenance Diploma, also with various avionics systems certifications. Air Force Leadership Training Graduate. AT&T Six Sigma White Belt, various training certificates for management leadership
Types of products I have installed:
Mobile Audio/Video head units, amplifiers, speakers, LCD screens and TVs, Remote Start, Security, CB Radio, Dash and Rear View Camera, Fixed and Power Antennas, Satellite Radio, Custom amp racks, speaker, and subwoofer enclosures, video game consoles, RF modulators, power inverters, large capacitors. GPS, engine telematics units, bar code readers, Op panels, PTO switch connections, mobile PA systems. Does not include home electronics installation and setup for Uverse internet, phone and television.
Low Voltage experience:
Solo or team:
Whatever pays, but preference is solo.
I gained an interest in electronics and particularly audio from roughly the age of 13. I read books on speaker design and building, and created my first home audio setup, using a car battery charger and amplifier gifted from my step-father who managed a Radio Shack. I cut my uncle's 2-acre yard in exchange for the two large cabinets with speakers. Years after dropping out of college as a CS major, I joined the Air Force, attending two separate Tech Schools, before serving as an Instrument Flight Controls Specialist working on B-1 Bombers at Ellsworth AFB, SD, eventually becoming a lead tech. I had received extensive training in Electronics Principles -- circuits, amplifiers, solid state devices, relays, A/D and D/A converters, etc., as well as training for Avionics. After leaving the military I went to work for Circuit City, HiFi Buys, and then HH Gregg for a total of 5 years. I then left to join AT&T, working as a Product Analyst, QA Manager, and finally a Statistical Specialist. 10.5 years later, I briefly worked for Randstad Engineering as a Regional Administrator, before returning to AT&T as a Uverse Field Technician for 2 years. With 12.5 years total at AT&T, I decided to return to my 12-volt roots and joined Synovia Solutions as a Field Technician. After the company was sold to Cal-amp, most tech were laid off or otherwise left with no choice other than to leave, so I joined DRIG in September of 2019, so here I am.
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