Profile: David Manuel Gonzalez

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Personal background
I am back again on this SETI project. Unemployed again. Yet I am studying many technology subjects to gear myself towards career changes. I am currently studying Coplanar circuit design using SONNET LITE software. This is to hopefully land me a serious career in RF engineering. I am also reading books by Michio Kaku such as Hyperspace, and beyond Einstein. I jump around different electronics, and Science studies from time to time. Rf interference, circuit analysis, astrophysics, and more. makes you wonder how anyone can seriously come up with a theory of everything when there is just way to much of everything to learn, know, and explain.

David M. Gonzalez 613 Knollwood Terrace, Brick, NJ 08724

To work with Electronics Systems Technology, Overseeing Test, Measurement, Analysis and Systems
Troubleshooting leading to a career in electronics systems design.

2013 ElautUSA Inc. 1000 Towbin, Lakewood, NJ 08701
Currently working as a shop technician on game systems for amusement park attractions, coin changer
systems. Integration of Bill and swipe card reader equipment into machines, repair and refurbishment of
desktop computers used in video arcade games and office environments. Quality Assurance, Test and
repair of Elaut game systems manufactured in Belgium.
2012 Labor Ready 2321 S. Delsea Dr. Vineland, NJ 08360
Worked on temp agency assignments. Given OSHA quality training classes and safety equipment to work
with on related assignment tasks.
2012 North American Mobile Systems – Woodside, NY
Worked as a field technician, installer, and bench technician on NY MTA radio systems contract.
2012 Sam Ash Music – New York City, NY
Consulted on Live sound and DJ equipment.
2011 Arigato Japanese Restaurant - Lancaster, PA
Waiter, and bus boy serving customers.
2011 Latin Labor Staffing – Charlotte, NC
General labor temp staff employee. Picking and packaging for Replico Inc.
2009 - 2010 Jackson Hewitt Tax Service - Steelton, PA
Prepared taxes for Jackson Hewitt customers. Interviews, initial filing, and processing of documents.
2008 - 2009 Sam Ash Music - King Of Prussia, PA
Consulted and sold professional audio equipment used in recording studio, production and postproduction
2004 - 2007 JFC Staffing - Harrisburg, PA
Temp employment for various companies in Pennsylvania. Logistics, packaging, radio installations, and
printing companies.
2005 - 2007 TEK Systems - Harrisburg, PA
Temp employment in the installations of telecom, and security video surveillance systems.
2006 Rightech Staffing And Consulting Services - Staten Island, NY
Temp employment in the telecom industry, installation of power distribution systems.
2005 – 2006 TECHUSA - Balacynwrd, PA
Temp employment in the telecom and datacom industry. Installation, test and optimization.
1993 / 2004 North American Mobile Systems, Inc. - Woodside, NY
Mobile radio communications systems installation, optimization and repair.
2004 Radio Communications Service Inc. - Eddystone, PA
Mobile radio communications systems installation, optimization and repair.
2003 - 2004 M/A-COM Communication Inc. - EXTON, PA
Mobile radio communications systems installation, optimization and repair. Worked on Pennsylvania
State police, and Pennsylvania power company systems.
2002 – 2003 New York Fire Department - Brooklyn, NY
Mobile radio communications systems installation, optimization and repair.
2001 - 2002 United Communications Supply - Brooklyn, NY
Mobile radio communications systems installation, optimization and repair.
1994 - 2001 Motorola Communications Inc. - Glen Rock, NJ
Mobile radio communications systems installation, optimization and repair. Worked on government radio
systems, and some law enforcement such as NYPD 911 system. Hospital systems. Transportation
carriers. Power companies.
1993 Westchester Communications Inc. - Thornwood, NY
Mobile radio communications systems installation, optimization and repair.
1993 – 1994 Laser Radio Communications Inc. - Woodside, NY
Mobile radio communications systems installation, optimization and repair.

1986 – 1992 New York Institute Of Technology
Bachelor of Technology: Electrical Engineering Technology
1994 – 2000 Motorola Worldwide Education
1996 – 2001 Teletutor Technology Training
1995 - 1996 TX/RX Inc. and CELWAVE Inc. Systems Training
2004 Analytical Graphics Inc. Satelite Toolkit.
2003 M/A-COM Technical Training on Radio Communications systems
2002 - 2005 IEEE Computer Society Distance Learning
2008 - 2010 MIT Open Courseware and Distance Learning
2012 Silent Knight fire alarm system courses.
2013 Self study micro controller architecture, and programming using PIC/PICAXE/PICBASIC.
Advanced circuit analysis and PC board routing using Circuit simulation software.

FCC General Radio Telephone Operators License/with Radar Endorsement.

Electronics Circuit Analysis, Test, Measurement, Trouble Shooting, and Repair. Systems Installation and
Optimization, Circuit Simulation, Computer Network Analysis, Software Analysis, Topographical,
Meteorological, Radar, and Satellite Mapping analysis, Technical Writing, Video surveillance and alarm
systems integration/ networking/ datacom/ telecom/radio systems. Automated Teller Machine/vending
systems electronics. Mobile radio systems installations. Network security and IP protocol analysis. Some
knowledge of Private branch exchange systems integration in 911 call centers, and office environments.
Residential and commercial alarm systems wiring, test and trouble shooting. Laser cutting printing and
etching. Circuit design/ analysis using electronics simulation software. Ltspice, circuitsim,QUCS,FreePCB,Designspark

Multi-meters / Oscilloscopes / Spectrum Analyzers / Radio Service Monitors / Network Analyzers / Time,
Frequency, and Optical Domain Reflectometers / Watt Meters/ Power Meters / Frequency Synthesizers /
Waveform Function Generators / Protocol Analyzers/ LAN Testers / T-1 Transmission Test Sets /
Transmission Impairment Measurement Test Sets / Logic Analyzers.

1987 - 2009 AES Audio Engineering Society
1987 – 2008 Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineers and Computer Society

Computer Music Recording, Photography, Computer Graphics, Computer Chess
Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home
I have always admired the great astronomers starting from the dawn of man to the very modern times. I have always contemplated the existence of intelligent life in the universe that may be monitoring the cosmos for our presence.

This is truly an exciting time for Radio Astronomy, Never before has such a large technological breakthrough like the internet allowed the unification
of resources around the world for the collective endeavor of Radio Astronomy.

It is an exciting time for the planet, yet still it is an urgent time. There is far to much destruction of our fellow brothers, and sisters around the world, far to much destruction of our natural earth environment, Far to much hunger, and war on our planet that will ultimately lead to complete inhalation.

It is very important that people get involved with the understanding of many cultures, the ongoing effort to prevent hunger, and disease, the ongoing effort to be good custodians to our mother earth.

There is no point in saying hello if we do not as a people have the merit to show our selves not as a violent species, but as one who has evolved, and adapted to become a higher intelligence ourselves.

The Bottom middle image is one I found on the internet. it is a rock in Jerusalem where many believe Jesus Christ was crucified. If you look at the image careful you will see a sort of image of a bearded man, as well as the alien image I have highlighted in green for you to see.

It has been a while since I had the chance to update my profile on SET@home. I had just recently started using the BOINC program again, and I have been researching various subjects on the internet. Do I cover allot of Subjects.

Just recently I came across an article on the NRAO's website(National Radio Observatory). They had an interesting article about a young man named Lucas Bolyard who helped them analyze data at the GreenBank Radio Observatory, and discovered what appeared to them as a new pulsar like object called a rotating radio transient.

As I looked at the data for this finding I had found something quite interesting.
On a chart which graphs dispersion over time or DM as it it referred to, I had noticed something quite odd about the pulse that was detected, and recorded.
The pulse was sort of shaped like a rocket ship used in 1950's style science fiction movies. It was very similar to the Robert A. Hienlens Space ship. I said WOW! Is this real... I mean Is this a fake signal, a prank or what. I have not received any word back from them yet after contacting the observatory ands the SETI institute yet. I just find it amazing that a the signal looked like that, I am thinking that it is real signal from an extraterrestrial intelligence that may have intercepted some of our signal broadcasts from the 1950's, and sent it back to earth to acknowledge the receiving of our transmissions. Quite possible our broadcast from the past are traveling much faster than we have predicted due to some form of ducting in space allowing radio wave to go further out. Now why a rocket ship I think to myself, Why would they send an inkblot looking pattern of a rocket ship. Maybe because it is the one technology that they have analyzed that they can relate to in regards to space travel, and how we get from one place to another so it would make sense to send a signal that is easy to comprehend. I have just posted the picture of the graph as my profile picture for you to look at. Im saying WOW! right now. I just hope that this is a WOW! signal. it would be the second one in history so far. The First one being in 1977 by Dr. Jerry Ehman of Ohio State University.
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