I am a retired electrical engineer, formally working with Lockheed Martin Space Systems at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. As an electrical engineer, I have extensive design experience, and have received (as a co-engineer) 17 design patents on biomedical, computer architecture, and advanced security access equipment. I have worked with the Space Shuttle program, and the US Navy Fleet Ballistic Missile Program. I am currently pursuing to be ordained as a Conservative Rabbi. I have bee... [more]
In my previous position, I used AutoCAD extensively for all drawings that were submitted to technical publications. I also taught AutoCAD in the '90s for 3 years.
I started my "career" in electronics at the age of 10 when I earned my amateur radio license. I continued to excel by earning my FCC 1st Class Radio Telephone license (with Ships Radar Endorsement at age 16. I worked in broadcast engineering part time since that time. I joined the Navy and specialized in computer installation, repair, and programming between 18 and 25. I then earned a BSEE at Purdue University as a Naval NESEP student. I worked for Data General Corporation, designing Nova 3, Nova 4, Eclipse S-140 Super-Minicomputers. I also designed several custom IC's. I have contributed in 18 design patents dealing with advanced security access programmed in the entoe