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Topic # 31708 27-Mar-2009 17:15
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Im steve, a mild mannered Radio technician by day, and a student and crazy xbox gamer by night

I currently work as a radio technician, working on the radio network side of things, and not so much of the Radios anymore

Our sites are linked via wireless broadband, so studying to learn Cisco CCNA, although we dont use cisco gear, the programming side of the course is wasted on me.

I have worked in the past as a cellphone technician back when they were repaired to component level, and not replaced or written off once they had been within 17 metres of a dripping tap.

then worked as a radio technician again for 8.5 years, and now working on remote repeater sites and also a couple of trunking sites.

Read the forums from time to time, no signed up with my very own login and might even post every now and then


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Reply # 203774 27-Mar-2009 17:43
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Hey Steve, welcome aboard!

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  Reply # 203776 27-Mar-2009 18:02
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Welcome Mr Hall


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