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Hello,

I was born a bright winter morning the 5th of June, 1979...in NOUMEA, so I was born about

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I have passed my Ham license on June 1994 in La Reunion and had the callsign FR1HL. After a scientific baccalaureat in 1996, I spent 3 years in preparatory classes in Montpellier in order to reach SUPELEC a french high engineering school specialized in electronic and information sciences. I graduated on July, the twelveth of 2002. Obviously, the main point in those studies is the morse exam that I have passed on the 9th of May 2005, related to my new callsign, f5hla. Appart from that point, I also graduated my PhD degree the 1st September 2005, which thema is "STUDIES OF RADIOFREQUENCY STRUCTURES IN THE X BAND ON CMOS-SOS TECHNOLOGIES". This work was supported both by the lab "Service des Mesures" of Supelec, and the company THALES. After a few years in Hitachi/Clarion/Xanavi group, I am now in Japan, working for TomTom.

My full CV is available on request.


Creation date : 06/12/2004 @ 04:00
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