Lee H. Badman
Lee is a Network Engineer and Wireless Technical Lead for a large private university. He also teaches classes on networking, wireless network administrtaion, and wireless security. Lee's technical background includes 10 years in the US Air Force as an Electronc Warfare systems technician and Master Technical Training Instructor, and a stint in telecommunications in the private sector. Lee is an active amateur radio operator (KI2K), and writes a bi-weekly amateur radio column for the Syracuse Post-Standard. He has presented at several higher education and industry conferences, and has done extensive freelance writing work for several IT, low voltage, and communications periodicals.
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