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rruther2
Member Since: August 23, 2011
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 I graduated from Lathrop High School with a Science Fair Scholarship to University

of Alaska, Fairbanks 1971. I studied Electronics, Math, Physics, Science, & Engineering

at and obtained an MPSE Electronic degree.

   I was the youngest field engineer on the Trans Alaskan Pipeline Project in 1974. 

The Trans Alaskan Pipeline was the largest construction project in the world that year.

I tracked satellites for Department of Commerce Satellite Services (NASA/NOAA and

others) and did a piece of work at the Ballistic Missile Early Warning Systems at

Clear Air Station in Clear, Alaska. I was once said to "Use anything Electronic,"

Electronics: "A science or school of thought  consisting of a number of devices that

exhibit a ratio of in to out greater than one".

Rodney B. Rutherford

721 Keeling Road

North Pole, AK (Alaska)

99705-5034

home. 907.488.4811     email. fsrbr@uaf.edu     cell. 907.378.4621 

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Design News, the EE Times University and uaf.edu    pmel.org   arrl.org



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