Bill works as an RF/Wireless Application Engineer for Tektronix at our Dallas Measurement Business Division Sales office in Plano, Texas. My main hobby is Amateur Radio (call sign N5BB or alternate sound).
Shortly after I was hired by Tektronix in 1987, I first visited the Mount Hood area to the east of Portland. Yes, that's me in the front of that majestic Oregon monument. Here is another view of a younger me. I support Tektronix customers in the Central US. The products I work with are mainly RF test instruments from Tektronix. Sometimes you get a nice rental car.
My house is near Irving Baylor Scott & White Healthcare Hospital, close to the intersection of Texas Hwy. 183 and MacArthur Blvd. in Irving, Texas. I live a few miles east of the south entrance to D/FW Airport.
I grew up in Austin and attended the University of Texas Electrical Engineering School from 1972-1976. I worked for a small company, Rhodes-Groos Laboratories, which closed in 1982. I then started a small company which closed in 1987. Tektronix then hired me and I moved from Austin to the Dallas area in 1987.