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Technician Engineer

Location:
Ashburn, Virginia, United States
Salary:
negotiable
Posted:
August 09, 2018

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Tyrone S. James

**** ***** ******** ******

Apt. 204

Sterling, VA 20164

703-***-****

ac6l71@r.postjobfree.com

**/**/**** - **/**/2017

EIT LLC - Leesburg, VA

Electronics Technician

Tested, calibrated, troubleshot, and repaired production assemblies. Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot to component level using multi-meters, oscilloscopes, frequency counters and signal generators.

Performed calibration of EIT proprietary products from written test procedures. Troubleshot non-functioning assemblies to component level. Soldering skills, computer literacy and familiarity with MS. Demonstrated knowledge and application of applicable ISO processes. Developed and troubleshot functional test fixtures. Strong understanding of digital and analog electronic circuit design.

Displayed creativity and strong problem solving and analytical skills. Interfaced with customer technical contacts to resolve test issues and wrote test procedures. Worked successfully in a team environment. Have detailed knowledge of circuit operations and advanced computer skills.

Production Assemblies worked on included Siemens, AMETEK, Netquest, Beckdon-Dickinson, Rattrap, Omnicom, IDirect Systems.

Test Equipment - oscilloscopes, Logic Analyzers, Frequency Counters, multi-meters, spectrum analyzers, Beckdon-Dickinson ATEs, Siemens CLOG detector testers and programmers, frequency counters, signal generators, flying probe and x-ray machines. ICT testers.

01/30/1994 -10/19/2001

Compression Techniques -Reston,VA

Electronics Technician/Customer Service

Built Testers - First generation T1000s and second generation T2000s, test analyzers for T1, E1 and SONET systems, test fixtures for testing and trouble shooting the units from system to boards to component level.

Trouble shooting customer problems via telephone and gave instruction on the use of set testers.

Performed Jitter Alarm and Trigger,Pulse Shape Measurement and Analysis,Received Signal Level Measurements Stress Pattern Testing Intelligent Repeater, Loopcodes ESF Testing, B8ZS Detection, Performance Monitor NIU, DS3 Testing and Optical Testing with the SONET tester(T1,E1).

11/90 - 4/91

Sutron Corporation - Sterling, VA

Repair Technician

Responsible for trouble shooting to component level the 8004C, 8004D and 8004E Model Data Collection Platforms. Monitored units through all phases of environmental testing, burn in and final test.

6/89 - 9/90

Norden Service Corp. - Gaithersburg, MD

Test Technician

Integrated system to module debugging of the Q21 Emulator System used by the US Navy. Tested, debugged and repaired from component level to system level 338 boards (CCAEP) 358 (PIBS), 344 (voltage regulator) and 904 Man Machine Interface Module. Tested and debugged the DGU (Display Generating Unit) system module to componet level 362 (CIA). Integrated and tested monitors for ATC boards. Tested 332.

6/89 - 9/89

National Public Radio - Washington, DC

Engineer/Technician

Repaired and maintained satellite equipment returned from the field from various radio stations. Debugged system from module level to component lever over the phone for customers. Managed components for different modules. Interfaced with customers on a daily basis. Purchased components for the satellite system used.

3/88 - 5/89

Spectrum Digital Telematics - Reston, VA

Engineering Technician

Assisted engineers with proto development and testing of MC6800s and Intel 80C31 microprocessor based modules. System to module debugging repair and testing of SNC (System Network Controller) TAC T1 and CEPT. (Trunk Agregate Card), SCC (Synchronous Chanel Card) RS232, V.35 and RS449 protocols, BECs (Bus Extender Card) and VCC 2W/4W (Voice Channel Card). Maintained and upgraded engineering nodes. Cable assembly, board wire-wrap, soldered and tested equipment, and repaired and assisted engineers with designs.

11/87 - 3/88

Micom Digital Switching - Herndon, VA

Test Technician

Trouble shot and repaired cards from component level to system level. Tested Trunk Agragate Cards (TAC), interface daughter boards T1s and V.35 synchronous and asynchronous channel cards and their interfaces RS-232, RS-449 and V.35 Systems Network Controller (SNC). Used a 68,000, 16 bit based network processor. Consisted of optional hard disk interface, three RS-232 port for operator interface and a monochrome (VT100) or color terminal. Configuration per node is 1 or 2 with a rendundancy ration of 1:1 to build test fixtures for boards under test.

Test equipment: Tektronix 2445 A oscilliscope, Tektronix G100 series digital analyzer, Tektronix 1240 digital analyzer, Phoenix model 1500 data error analyzer, Fire Byrd 1500A data error analyzer and the 5500 data communication analyzer.

10/86 - 11/87

Switching Product Development - Reston, VA

Electrical/Mechanical design verifier and validator

7/86 - 10/86

Aiken Electronics - Alexandria, VA

Engineering Technician

1/86 - 3/86

Advanced Defense Systems - McClean, VA

R.F. Engineering Technician

11/85 - 2/86

Sperry Corporation - Waterbury, CT

Aircraft Control Warning and Tracking Field Engineer

Worked on NEXRAD radar systems.

6/84 - 11/85

Knogo Corporation - Hicksville, NY

Field Engineer Technician

4/80 - 5/83

United States Air Force

Electronic Aircraft Control Warning Radar Technician

Education

University of New Haven - 1975 - 1979

Associates Degree in Electrical Engineering

United States Air Force - 1980- 1981

Electronics Radar Technician Certificate

Manager

John Fatinas 703-***-**** ext. 1257

James McDonald 703-***-**** ext. 1229

Sundaram Kumaravelu 703-***-****



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