Thoughts, projects, hacks and whatever else springs to mind
8 January 2010
OK, so I finally started a blog. I guess sharing what little I know with the world has become a new years resolution.
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Hello NZ Lamb,
I tracked through to your blog from a google search I did for connecting 2 routers. Interested to see that you are being so creative in Blenheim. I’m currently located in Sydney.
I have fond memories of Blenheim and the Malbourough area, having spent a large part of my first career at RNZAF Woodbourne,. First as a cadet at the Airman Cadet School where I started my NZCE Aero and then later on the J52 engine reconditioning line before the Air Force moved me onto Wellington to finish my NZCE and to Ohakea where I bacame a Skyhawk specialist whch came with a few visits to the USN and McD Douglas.
Anyway, your creativity reminds me of one our Engineering Office instructors who taught us electronics, a gentleman by the name of Murray Brown. There was nothing he could not reverese engineer and fix when it came to electrical and electronic circuits. The project he set us for our studies was to design and manufacture an electronic capacitor discharge ignition system, which included making the PCB (i.e. in the days before these became standard fit to all cars). I am intrigued that you display similar qualities and wonder aloud if perhaps you are an avionics engineer either at RNZAF Woodbourne or SAFE?
Finally to what brings me here. Thanks for the info supplied on connecting 2 routers under http://www.wirelessforums.org/members/nzlamb-273.html. For a mech ingineer this is like an illustrated parts breakdown. Hope you won’t mind if I need to come back to you for further information if I can’t work it all out from the infomation provided so far.
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