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Technician Quality Control

San Diego, CA
January 31, 2014

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Daniel Santiago

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Oceanside, CA 92054



Array Wireless

Carlsbad, CA

RF Microwave Technician


Tune, test and troubleshoot RF power amplifiers to ensure hardware meets

specified requirements

Use of LabView to perform final test data collection; write test data


RF test setup, integration and assembly of high performance RF test systems

for measuring S parameters and impedance/admittance values

Support ongoing and future microwave and RF power amplifier production


Pacific Microwave Research

Vista, CA

RF Technician

April 2007- 2011

Test, troubleshoot, and repair COFDM digital and FM analog microwave video

transmitters, receivers, and repeaters in L-band, S-band, C-band, X-band

and P-band

Assist engineers in development of new products and modifications to

current products

Reduce cost of production and manufacturing by expediting testing processes

while maintaining quality control

Write programming and test procedures for most products

Provide technical assistance to customers

Write datasheets for each unit tested

Tune power amplifiers and antennae

Jacobs Engineering Sverdrup Technology, Inc.

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD

December 2006 - January 2007

Engineering Technician III

Develop, prepare, and recommend schematics, designs, specification,

electrical drawings and parts lists

Set up and operate test equipment, record data, measure and record faults,

and analyze data and prepare test reports

Active DOD Secret clearance

Trandes Corporation

San Diego, CA

Electronic Technician II

June 2006 - September 2006

Performed overhaul of entire AN/TPS-73 radar system at SPAWAR Center, San


Troubleshoot all faults and completely restore all units within the AN/TPS

- 73

Active DOD Secret clearance

Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity

Camp Pendleton, CA

Radar Technician

June 2001 - June 2006

Ensured mission readiness by performing and inspecting, preventive and

corrective maintenance and repair of AN/TPS-59 radar, UPX-37 digital

interrogator, and Radar Environmental Simulator (RES) and associated


Wrote and verified multiple Marine Corps Technical Instruction procedures

Assisted other units with technical support for single-board computers:

newly fielded PHAM-2A processors (upgrade from 10baseT to 100baseT) and

M68040 embedded module controllers.

Communicated directly to engineers providing Systems Engineering and

Software Integration.

Applied general electrical theory and test equipment (oscilloscope, multi-

meter, frequency generator, spectrum analyzer) when troubleshooting and

repairing equipment.

Active DOD Secret clearance


Proficient use of Spectrum Analyzer, Network Analyzer, Oscilloscope, Signal

generator, multi-meter, DC power supply, soldering equipment, audio

analyzer, power meter, and frequency counter

Read and understand wiring diagrams and assembly drawings

Microsoft Word and Excel

Good mechanical aptitude


Loyola Blakefield High School, Towson, MD

Marine Corps Communication-Electronics School, Air Ground Combat Center,

Twenty-nine Palms, CA: Basic Electronics Course, Aviation Radar Repair

course, RF & AIMS Maintenance Course, Radar Fundamentals

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