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Engineering Support Branch
March 23, 2011
 

Technician manufacturing printed circuit board. Technician manufacturing printed circuit board. (NASA Photo). The Engineering Support Branch provides para-engineering and technical services that include telemetry support (system development, programming, troubleshooting to data decommutation and display); pressure and electronic calibration; environmental testing; and fabrication of electronic assemblies.

Corporate Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

The Engineering Support Branch is staffed with electronics technicians and I.T. specialists who have an average of 15 years experience in the electronics discipline and have specialized skills and backgrounds. All branch employees have basic skills in wiring, soldering, crimping, and troubleshooting. Many have an Associate Degree or equivalent military schooling in electronics. Some branch personnel have FAA Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics or FCC General Radiotelephone Operators licenses. Each employee has specialized training and experience in specific areas and can be relied upon to assist customers in all areas of the design, configuration, fabrication, programming, and instrumentation test support.

Point of Contact

Alan Wallace
Branch Chief

(661) 276-7531
alan.p.wallace@nasa.gov
 

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