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phreaknik

I am an electrical engineering student at Texas A&M pursuing a Masters in Analog & Mixed Signal Processing.

Ft. Worth, TX

phreaknik
Followers 24 Following 18 Projects 4 Skulls 129
Who I am

I am an electrical engineering student that has an avid passion for tinkering with circuits. Pretty much anything electronics related will charge my capacitor. Anything from building circuits from design to fab, to disassembling, reverse engineering and sometimes destroying electronics gets me going.

I also love outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, offroading or any sort of board sport, but I admit I have not had enough time to pursue many of these passions while in school.

Why I'm on Projects

I joined Hackaday Projects because I like the prospect of having a strong environment for the community to collaborate on projects. I hope to start posting my projects here to contribute content to the open source community.

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Jake wrote 6 months ago null point

Cheers for the skull and follow:) I love the Marauder's Map!:)

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phreaknik wrote 6 months ago null point

Likewise sir! I am looking forward to seeing your Lifeguard ER project come together!

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Mike Szczys wrote 6 months ago null point

Wow, that's quite a collection of projects. You don't mess around!

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phreaknik wrote 6 months ago null point

Thanks! I am really loving having this website to keep track of the things I work on!

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forestpt wrote 7 months ago null point

would this work as a tracking device in a contained area? For example, take your child to the Mall, put a wrist band on the child that transmits. If the mall were outfitted with the tracking system, then you might not ever have a truly lost child again.

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phreaknik wrote 7 months ago null point

I really like this idea! I answered your question on my project page first though.

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