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A highly talented Radio & Telecommunications Equipment Installer & Repairer with huge experience in installing and maintaining various types of electronic communications systems and equipment such as VHF and UHF two-way mobile systems, microwave point-to-point systems, technical investigative equipment, etc.
Summary of Qualifications
More than eight years experience.
Great knowledge of fiber optic, telephone, and radio systems.
Remarkable ability to maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work activities.
Excellent skill in reading, writing, and basic math.
Profound skill in soldering and component repair.
Exceptional skill in analytic problem solving.
Uncommon interpersonal communication skill.
Thorough knowledge of testing equipment including service monitor, oscilloscope, watt meter, and VOM.
In-depth skill in mechanical practices.
Deep knowledge of pertinent FCC rules and regulations.
Great knowledge of telecommunications equipment, design, structure, and function.
Solid skill in the operation of specialized repair equipment.
Sound ability to identify and resolve problems on a systems level.
Rainbow District, Tarrytown, NY 2003 - Present
Radio and Telecommunications Equipment Installer and Repairer
Maintain and troubleshoot equipment associated with Rainbow District 's vehicles including two-way radios, video systems, sirens, and lights.
Assist with installation of this equipment as needed.
Communicate orally and in writing with Department, other agency personnel, and vendors (e.g. to obtain and disseminate information, resolve discrepancies, respond to customer concerns, and maintain good working relationships in the course of assigned work, and to offer training to users on telecommunications equipment, etc.).
Perform mechanical and electronic repairs of Rainbow District's telecommunications equipment.
Program synthesized mobile and portable radios.
Install, maintain, operate and repair technical investigative equipment (e.g. telephonic intercept, video camera, video and voice transmitting, vehicle tracking, night vision, etc.) to obtain criminal evidence and ensure the equipment is operating properly.5.
Travel to communications sites located in various cities and towns, and remote mountaintop locations located in various locations throughout the state of New York and all adjoining states, for the purpose of installing and maintaining communications equipment using conventional cars and trucks, 4-wheel drive trucks, towed vehicles, snow-traversing vehicles, and, where appropriate, riding in fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft, in all forms of weather (e.g. extreme heat, extreme cold, rain, blizzard, heavy snowfall, icy roads, muddy roads, etc.).
Test and evaluate new telecommunications equipment to ensure that the equipment meets the parameters of state contracts and stated manufacturer's specifications.
Develop and conduct training of criminal investigators on the correct use of technical investigative equipment.
Analyze, search for, and eliminate sources of RF interference (e.g. intermodulation, desense, on-carrier interference, etc.).
Install and troubleshoot failures on site controllers, data modems, personal computers, terminals, and printers used in data applications within the D.P.S. organization as well as other governmental agencies supported by D.P.S.
Provide technical assistance to other agencies to install undercover video and audio equipment.
Fabricate wooden and/or metal racks and/or brackets for use during the installation of communications equipment and other electronic equipment.
Respond to emergency situations on an on-call basis as assigned.
Rainbow District, Tarrytown, NY 1997 - 2003
Assistant Radio and Telecommunications Equipment Installer and Repairer
Assisted with the installation and maintenance of base station radios, repeaters, microwave systems, complex antenna systems, and radio control consoles.
Assisted with installation and programming of NEDA telephone voice terminals and related voice-mail systems.
Performed maintenance on telephone sets and related equipment such as headsets, cords, etc.
Assisted with installation of aerial, underground, and in-building telecommunications cabling and associated conduits.
Assisted with installation, maintenance, and repair of voice, video, and data fiber optic transport systems.
Assisted with installation, maintenance, and repair of the video arraignment and cable television systems.
Cleaned, maintained, inventoried, and stored assigned tools and test equipment.
Maintained work documents and various records and reports including records used by outside agencies.
Assisted with the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of base station radios, repeaters, microwave systems, complex antenna systems, and control consoles including maintenance checks required by FCC rules.
Assisted in the installation and programming of NEDA telephone voice terminals and related voice-mail systems.
Assisted in performing repairs, upgrades, and maintenance of the telephone system.
Performed preventive maintenance and repairs on equipment.
Installed, repaired, spliced, tested, and terminated various forms of telecommunications and electrical wiring and cabling (e.g. copper, fiber, coax, etc.) to ensure proper impedance matching and connections between various pieces of electronic equipment.
Installed, modified, maintained, and repaired various forms of communications equipment (e.g. analog and/or digital microwave point-to-point radios; analog and/or digital multiplex equipment to interface carrier equipment with specific local equipment; low-band, VHF, UHF, 800 MHz base station/repeater 2-way radios; site security alarm and control equipment; site grounding grids, etc.).
Education and Professional Training
New York University, NY Associate Degree in Electronics (1997)