I am an electronic engineering PhD student at the University of Bath in the UK. My academic studies centre around propagation modelling and measurements for white-space standards. I am also a husband, occasional guitarist and determined tinkerer. I'm a member of Bristol Hackspace where I can be found most Thursday evenings. I have experience in hardware and software integration on a large number of embedded platforms including FPGA development and ARM and PIC projects. I have some experience in high performance sonar and marine hardware, and have worked in an OEM factory. I enjoy technical journalism on this blog and I'm very willing to do reviews of products.
EEWeb Featured Engineer
I was featured engineer on EEWeb and the questions there may tell you a bit more about me, check it here http://www.eeweb.com/spotlight/interview-with-nathan-dumont.
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