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Matthew Lawson
Works at Mobilisa Enterprise Wireless
Attended Sequim Senior High School
Lives in Washington State
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USB-C cords could be dangerous, sucking too much power and destroying your gadgets in the process.
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Great project - #Arduino MPPT Solar Charger Shield 
Lukas Fässler has designed a MPPT Solar Charger Arduino Shield and document it on the link below. A Solar MPPT charger is used to convert the solar panel voltage to the optimal voltage for charging a battery in the most efficient way. This way the solar panel works on the maximum power point and thusRead More
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While laser cutting remains the dominant force for rapid prototyping anything made of plastic, MDF or wood, the real holy grail is the ability to cut metal — something most laser cutters are just not capable of. In the industry, this is done using…
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Anyone have any thought on this? I see there is a fold able display mentioned.
Know Everything about Samsung Galaxy Note 6 rumours, specifications, price & Release date here. Samsung Note 6 Smartphone is going release in late 2016.
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Antenna Insulators for LF-MF Homebrewing special insulators with PVC and copper corona rings #hamradio #hamr
homebrewing special insulators with pvc and copper corona rings . This resource is listed under Antennas/Homebrewing Techniques
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Getting Started with the FM Satellites If you can program split-frequency memories in your dual-band radio, or your dual-band radio has two VFOs, you can work an FM satellite #hamradio #hamr
if you can program split frequency memories in your dual band radio or your dual band radio has two vfos you can work an fm satellite. This resource is listed under Operating Modes/Satellites
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Locating RF Interference at HF A proven and practical approach to dealing with RFI from grow lights and more. #hamradio #hamr
a proven and practical approach to dealing with rfi from grow lights and more . This resource is listed under Technical Reference/Radio Frequency Interference
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I have RFI, now what House Cleaning Understanding and eliminating RF Interferences caused by your home devices #hamradio #hamr
understanding and eliminating rf interferences caused by your home devices. This resource is listed under Technical Reference/Radio Frequency Interference/Noise Reduction
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After reading an article on Liliputing about using Raspberry Pi Zero with Motorola Lapdock, I decided to look for clones for the device since Motorola Lapdock is now hard to buy at a decent price, if at all, since the product has been discontinued for a while. I did not find anything similar, ...
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Have any dead hard drives kicking around? Hackaday alum [Jeremy Cook] shows how easy it is to disassemble a hard drive to scavenge its goodies. The hardest part is having the patience and the tools to get past all those screws that stand between you and…
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Impressive 28TB FreeNAS system up for raffle—check out Brian Moses's newest DIY NAS build!
A few years ago, I asked myself, “Can I build my own DIY NAS?” And ever since then, I’ve been answering that question in the form of a couple different build blogs each year. Each …
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We all know and love OpenSCAD for its sweet sweet parametrical goodness. However, it’s possible to get some of that same goodness out of Fusion 360. To do this we will be making a mathematical model of our object and then we’ll change variables to get…
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Occupation
Senior Wireless Network Engineer Build and design wireless microwave data networks
Skills
Wireless, Networking, Data recovery, Computer Repair, Electronics Design
Employment
  • Mobilisa Enterprise Wireless
    Sr. Wireless Network Engineer, 2010 - present
    • Infrastructure Evaluations and Product Installation. • RF Planning, Heat Mapping and propagation analysis. • WAN and LAN infrastructure design and maintenance. • Installing and configuring routers for end user clients. • Engineering and deploying Microwave radio links for broadband and Internet service. • Designing, testing and maintaining peer to peer and Mesh networks. • 700 MHz LTE system design and planning. • Designing schematics, identifying parts and ordering etched circuit board and soldered components including surface mount technology. • Provided Network, RF, and electronic systems design of Aegeus Wireless Buoy system for Navy, Home Land Security, and Coast Guard. http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2012-08/buoy-based-security-system-our-ports
  • Nikola Engineering
    Network Engineer/ sys admin
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Washington State
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Introduction
I am a certified MikroTik Wireless and Network Engineer and a graduate of the Cisco Networking Academy. I am experienced in licensed / unlicensed wireless microwave point-to-point, point-to-multi point networks, deploying high speed wireless metro networks, and building maintaining computer systems. I am involved with radio electronics and communication systems. I have built and maintain my own amateur radio Two-way radio repeater, antennas, and amateur satellite communications system. I am very passionate about wireless technologies, electronics, embedded electronics, and Two-way radio systems.
Bragging rights
Extra Class Ham operator, Eagle Scout, ARRL member, AMSAT member. MTCWE (MikroTik Certified Wireless Engineer), MTCNA (MikroTik Certified Network Associate) Certified Tower Climber and Rescue Competent Person (Gravitec) 35 Mile 11GHz link with 943 Mbps of bandwidth :D
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Education
  • Sequim Senior High School
    1990 - 1994
  • Peninsula College
    Electronics and Communications, 1994 - 1998
  • LeTourneau University
    Computer Science, 2001 - 2004
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