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Welcome RFTEJerry as the T&M Forum Moderator - RF Cafe Forums

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Kirt Blattenberger
 Post subject: Welcome RFTEJerry as the T&M Forum moderator
Posted: Wed May 03, 2006 10:33 pm 
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I am pleased to announce that the Test & Measurement Forum now has a moderator.
Screen Name: RFTEJerry.

Jerry and I worked together briefly while I was with Harris, in Florida, way back in the mid-1990s. He brings to the forum 30 years (+/-) of experience as a test engineer. Jerry's years of designing and troubleshooting sophisticated automated test equipment (ATE) systems for military customers includes hardware, software, simulation, and project management. He is a no-nonsense guy with little tolerance for bureaucratic idiocy. In many ways, we are kindred spirits.

So, please welcome Jerry as moderator. He will devote available time to responding to your posts and generally working to encourage greater participation in the forum.

Thanks, Jerry.

- Kirt Blattenberger :smt024
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Posted: Thu May 04, 2006 8:04 pm 
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Hello Test and Measurement Forum members,

My 32 year engineering career has been all in the test and measurement field. I have designed test instruments and ATE systems for Harris Corp, ATE systems and TPSs for Grumman Corp and now Lockheed Martin. The last 23 years have been in RF test. I have used almost every piece of RF test equipment made by HP/Agilent and have also used some by Anritsu and Aeroflex.

I want to thank Kirt for his trust in me to moderate this forum and I encourage all to participate with your questions, comments and answers. It is through sharing our experiences that we grow in our knowledge and I firmly believe in brainstorming - no questions is to simple and no answer is stupid.

I will try to do my best to serve you as the moderator for this forum.

Please feel free to contact me at RFTEJerry@yahoo.com

Happy testing,


Simon Liu
 Post subject: Welcome
Posted: Thu Sep 07, 2006 10:33 am 
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Location: BeiJing,China
Welcome Jerry. We will need your very good knowledge.

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