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A Ham's Eye View

- June 01, 2012

Doug Grant received his first ham radio license from the FCC in 1967 and his BSEE in 1975. He has logged over 30 years in the semiconductor industry, mostly at Analog Devices, where he worked in engineering, marketing, and product line management for a wide range of analog, mixed-signal, RF and wireless products. He has also logged over 500,000 two-way contacts with other radio hams in every country in the world. Doug is currently an independent consultant specializing in semiconductor and wireless technologies.

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