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Topic # 58002 4-Mar-2010 09:46
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my name is Dylan. I live in sunny Dunedin.

I work in IT, mainly hardware support maintaining a dozen or so networked weather stations scattered along the Milford rd monitoring for avalanches. Various evironmental sensors ouputing to Cambell Sci Cr1000's. Recently upgraded the network from Tait VHF/UHF radios to IP network using Freewave radios. Also some radio repeater stuff.

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Latest laptop: PPC640

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  Reply # 304317 4-Mar-2010 10:54
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Greetings and welcome to Geekzone

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  Reply # 304319 4-Mar-2010 11:00
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Sounds like quite a cool job. Have always been interested in radio, repeaters etc but have never gotten into them. Nice to have a job where you get to go outside and enjoy the surprisingly good Dunedin weather.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 305788 9-Mar-2010 21:11
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Sounds like there's some hard slog involved in there... Welcome to Geekzone!

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Reply # 306336 11-Mar-2010 17:18
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Dratsab: Sounds like there's some hard slog involved in there... Welcome to Geekzone!


Yes hard work getting in and out of the helicopters all the time... Wink

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  Reply # 306365 11-Mar-2010 18:56
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Welcome, classy username :)




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  Reply # 306482 12-Mar-2010 09:25
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Welcome to Geekzone, Sounds like an interesting Job

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