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KURT BOURGEOIS 20 Roosevelt Ave #14 Hudson NH 03051 email@example.com Tel: (508) 202-8343
RF Specialist Senior RF Technician Microwave Repair Technician Broadcast Repair Technician
Analog and Digital Production Technician Engineering Technician IPC610A certified
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS: Extensive experience as an Electronics Technician in the field of RF and Microwave electronics, primarily within the DC - 40GHz frequency range. Skilled in a wide range of test and troubleshooting scenarios, from Component through System levels. Familiar with a wide array of varied manufacturer's equipment used in Microwave test and troubleshooting: Oscilloscopes (Digital and Analog), Multimeters, Signal Generators, Vector Network Analyzers, Spectrum Analyzers, RF Power Meters, LCR Bridges. Programmed computer driven automatic test equipment setup and operation, both PC and UNIX based. IPC610 certified soldering techniques, both through hole and Surface Mount. Working from Schematics, Wiring Diagrams, Visual Drawings, Test Procedures, and Engineering Change Orders (ECOs). Interfaced with Engineering to initiate changes based on production needs.
2012 – 2014: Hittite: RF Specialist: Complete programming, set up and calibration of ATE stands for P1dB, Ip3, S Parameters, Threshold, Switching Speed and Noise Figure on MMIC parts in an Engineering lab. Evaluation board populate and debug, die probing, ESD die zap testing, creating pivot tables in excel, analyzing Engineering and validation data with no supervision.
2011-2012: Mercury Computers: RF test and repair tech. Test, tune, and repair (to component level) on navy SATCOM RX in the 20+ GHz range, REF and RX LO inputs. Measurements taken, spurs, gain flatness, IF output, temp cycling, spurious harmonics, current and more.
2011: M/A COM: Automatic and manual testing of MMIC ic's up to the 40GHz range, direct IQ modulators, switches, receivers, amps, repairing fixtures.
2008-2010: - DTC division of COBHAM: Designated repair to component level on internet controlled video (MBOX4), (body wear AV), and stationary wireless RF-microwave audio, video and data transmission and reception in the L, S and C band frequency range with power levels from 100 mW through 5W (20dbm through 37+dBm). Both analog and digital (palladium2 TX and RX) modulation in various bandwidths narrow and DVBT with 8, 10, or 16 channels and 2 audio channels. Unlimited versatility through control software for customers in military , DOJ, FBI and homeland security.
2007-2008: - MRC: Test, troubleshoot and repair TV broadcast transmitters and receivers to component level in the 2, 7, 12, 18 and 23GHz frequency range with power levels from +18 to +33 dBm. Module testing of RF power amps, multipliers, IF filters, IF limiter amps, YIG oscillators and power supply's. Testing of complete systems TX to RX analog and digital modems, VRMs 16 and 64 QAM, 19.39 Mbs high definition video. Generation of documents and procedures in word. Interfacing with customers concerning their repairs.
2006-2007: - Acoustic Technology Inc. Test, troubleshoot and repair to component level on 1600 and 3200 Watt class D audio amplifiers for wireless early warning systems on military bases and civilian applications. On site field service up-star and troubleshooting when necessary. Fixture design, radio programming, customer support, complete in-house full power testing. Software and firmware programming, IC programming. Field service start-up and troubleshooting on complete systems.
2004 - 2005: - Teradyne Corp.: Test, troubleshoot, and repair to component level microwave modules needed to form the high level assemblies used in the FLEX, CATALYST and LEGACY test systems. Responsible for repair and rework of all modules in the High Volume Test Dept. Frequencies ranging in the DC - 8GHz range (modulated or CW.) Worked closely with Design Engineering to debug new products, test software, and assorted bench issues.
2003 - TDI Inc.: Test, troubleshoot and repair to component level on all of EMC Corp switching power supplies (56V, 12V and 5V) and the SYM 6 battery charging circuit for 48 VDC 4 battery back-up system. Failure analysis on customer returns. Worked closely with Engineering Dept to debug new products and generate procedures. All work performed with a minimum of supervision.
2002 - Northstar Corp: Test, troubleshoot and repair to component level on color and monochrome mobile Global Positioning satellite tracking system for marine and aviation purposes. Performed component level repair and rework such as multipin IC desoldering, repopulation, reprogramming and retest. Hired specifically to troubleshoot and repair 952 units returned from previous vendor. Personally repaired 50% of said units in a four-month period.
2001 - Bose Corp: Test, troubleshoot and repair to component level with no supervision all 45 products on the Bose label line, (audio and RF circuit boards.) Trouble shooting test equipment in the production area, along with other fixtures on that line. Direct interfacing with quality control to insure vendor consistency on parts.
Four-year technical school education majoring in Communications Electronics, encompassing: Electronics; Basic through Advanced Theory. Operational Amplifiers, Phase Locked Loop oscillators, Digital/Analog and Analog/Digital Conversion, Comparators, Mixers, Modulation Schemes, Transmission Lines, Impedance Matching, Antennas and Antenna design. Microwave Oscillators, Gunn Diodes, Waveguide, Microwave Detectors, Inter-Digital filters, Multipliers, Digitally Controlled Power Amps.
Certified Radio and TV repair: Minuteman Vocational Technical Lexington MA
Circuit analysis : Middlesex Community College, Lowell Ma, GPA: 3.75
__________________CHRISTOPHER THATCHER LORD_______________
Home address: 83 Sandra Lane North Andover, MA 01845 978-984-5253
Alternate Address: 229 Water Street Portsmouth, RI 02871 401-714-5946
Chris is an experienced educator with demonstrated instructional, management and leadership skills as a principal, assistant principal, education technology consultant, teacher and coach. Working with School Improvement Councils, Instructional Leadership Teams and various special groups of educators, parents and students, he has brought a variety of data-driven solutions to the youth in schools where he has worked. These solutions include performance based diploma systems, personal learning plans for all students through advisory, electronic master scheduling for over 40 high schools, web-based parent portals, on-line grade books for teachers and much more. Expertise encompasses:
- Superior communication skills in writing, reading for meaning, listening and speaking
- Adopted and widely publicized a school-wide mission statement with specific learning expectations aligned to standards within each course. Established an Honor Code, updated the Attendance Policy and developed yearly School Improvement Plans
- Planned and implemented the Rhode Island Educator Evaluation System (2010-2012) and the Massachusetts Educator Evaluation System (2012-2014)
- Presenter for the NEASC Showcase School Presentations in December 2007 on Student Work Calibration Protocols and October 2010 on Standards Based Report Cards and Model Individual Learning Plans and Advisory Program (and Presented same to League of Innovative Schools in 2011)
- Expanded participation of parent groups for Open House, monthly parent meetings, Pot Luck Dinners, Family Fun Day, FIRST DAY! for Freshmen and their parents, Step Up Night of for incoming 8th graders, etc. and events like “An Evening with the Principal” at family homes.
- International Student Exchange Program with Hengshui High School in Hebei, China
- Youth Enrichment Seminar (Student Driven Advisory), Andover High School
- Visionary 7 Plus "H Block" High School Schedule Proposed for 2015-16
- Upward Bound Congressional Recognition for Outstanding Service
- Rhode Island High School Principal of the Year Finalist
- Upward Bound Rhode Island Principal’s Association Executive Board Member
- State of Rhode Island English Language Learner Advisory Council
- League of Innovative Schools Presentation on Advisory/Electronic Individual Learning Plans
- NEASC Showcase High School Presentation on High School Standards Based Reporting
- Rhode Island Principal’s Association Presenter on NEASC/PBGR
- NEAS&C Accreditation Team, Assistant Chair in Two High Schools
- Rhode Island Multi-cultural Education Enrichment Program Award
- Rhode Island Parent Information Network’s Principal of the Year
- Doctoral Dissertation on teacher/administrator relationships and climate in high schools
High School Principal, Assistant Superintendent, Superintendent, Education Consultant, Professor in Higher Ed
Name: Rufiya Blank
Business Names: DeveZon Floral Design & Creation
Location: Western Avenue Lofts, Loft 218
I’m Baxter, an older gentleman who might look a little grumpy, but is pure sweetness inside! I’m twelve years young, and while I’ve mellowed in my mature age, I still enjoy playing with my favorite toys from time to time. When I not playing, you can usually find me snoozing and lounging in one of the comfy beds here at HSFN. Since I am mellow most of the time I need a home with adults only. I have lived with other pets before though, and probably wouldn’t mind doing so again. I promise I won’t ask for much from you, and know that I’ll make my new family a wonderful companion. Come meet me, and while you’re at it give me some chin scratches if you don’t mind- they’re my favorite! The Humane Society is located at 24 Ferry Road- I hope to see you soon.
To adopt these pets, contact the Humane Society for Greater Nashua (HSFN), 24 Ferry Road, Nashua. Hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday noon to 5 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The shelter is closed every Wednesday. Keep an eye at www.hsfn.org for more information, available pets, and to download applications. Or call (603) 889-2275 with any questions.
Hi everyone! I’m Emmett, a four year old Lab mix who is a picture perfect pup. I came to HSFN through a transport partner, and I just can’t wait to explore NH and all of the fun the area has to offer with my new family. Speaking of family, I absolutely love kids and I’ve lived with cats and adore them too! I’m a fun guy, but definitely have a mellow side, and really enjoy having snuggle time with staff and volunteers here. When I’m not hanging with my friends I am loud in my kennel, but it’s just because I’m trying to get your attention! Please don’t pass up the chance to meet such a fun dog like me just because of that! If you want a dog to add to your family (especially if you have kids and cats), then look no further. I’m here just waiting for you to make the first move. Like all of the pets at the Humane Society for Greater Nashua I am neutered and up to date on all of my vaccines.
To adopt these pets, contact the Humane Society for Greater Nashua (HSFN), 24 Ferry Road, Nashua. Hours of operation are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday noon to 5 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The shelter is closed every Wednesday. Keep an eye atwww.hsfn.org for more information, available pets, and to download applications. Or call (603) 889-2275 with any questions.
Name: Pamela Wamala
Description: Painter, Artist, Teacher
Location: Brush Art Gallery & Studios Lowell MA.
Name: Ilene Richard
Description: Illustrator / Painter
Location: Western Avenue Studios Studio 325
im a Shar-pei/pug mix! 7 years old. Im a big cuddle bug once I get to know you. It takes some time for me to get comfortable with new people, but once I am, I'll lay on your lap for hours! I could go home with older respectful kids and wouldn't mind feline friends! Im not so fond of other dogs, but that doesnt stop me from having a blast with you!! Please come on in, and get to know me!
Location - Lowell Human Society 951 Broadway street 978 452 7781