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Marine Electronics Technician


be employed as a marine electronics tech.



Verizon 140 West St New York, NY 10007

Radio/TV Technician, 1980 – 2010

Installed, tested, maintained, and repaired fiber optic, HF SSB, air to ground VHF, UHF, microwave point to point, and cellular communication equipment.

Integrated Wireless Technologies

Quogue NY 631-6536650

Radio Technician, Feb 2011-Aug. 2011

• Installed, maintained and repaired VHF, UHF and Microwave RF systems for local police, fire and EMS public safety communications.

Contract Specialties Group

755 Waverly Ave suite 104

Holtsville NY 11742


Electronic Equipment Installer, Aug 2011- March 2014

at Brookhaven National Laboratories

Upton, NY

• Install and configure, electronic power supply control equipment for the National Synchrotron Light Source II project, a new particle beam accelerator used for high level physics research.

• Terminate and install electrical power, communications and control wiring on Danfysik, Ihep, Budker and Buckley magnets used for the NSLS II project

• Terminate and install power supply, AC, DC-DC converters, temperature, voltage, current and supervisory alarm source control equipment for the magnets used in the NSLS Il project


Suffolk County Community College, Selden, NY

Associate Degree in Communications Technology, 1997 – 2001

Technical Career Institutes (Formerly RCA Institutes), New York City, NY, 1976 – 1977

Certificate for completion of Commercial Radiotelephone License Program and Broadcasting Electronics for the Radio and TV industry


? FCC General Radio Operator License (GROL) - PG027221

? FCC “Extra Class” Amateur Radio License - W2LLI

? GMDSS Radio Operator/Maintainer License w/Ship Radar Endorsement – DB00000736

? NMEA - Advanced Marine Electronics Installer Certification

? Transportation Worker Identification Card


MIG, TIG, Arc and oxyacetylene welding experience, maintenance and repair of stationary diesel generators, automotive mechanics, plumbing and electrical contracting work

In Addition;

Familiar with the use of electronic test equipment including communication service monitors, oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, TDR’s, TIMS, DVM’s and DMM’s, function generators, wattmeters, frequency counters, and power meters made by Motorola, Bird, Hewlett Packard, Tektronics, Fluke, Beckman, CDI etc..



? National Marine Electronics Association

? Peconic Amateur Radio Club


Fishing, chess, amateur radio, restoring antique fishing reels

Mattituck, NY,
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