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Hello all and thanks for having me. I look forward to exciting discussion and views from everyone involved in this forum. and a special thanks to our LTE guru S4GRU.

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Welcome!

 

I telecommute to my job in Rancho Cucamonga from SW Michigan, so it's nice to see some people from the area! I'm not sure what the current schedule looks like, but I'll keep an eye open as I like to know for there as well.

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Welcome!

 

I telecommute to my job in Rancho Cucamonga from SW Michigan, so it's nice to see some people from the area! I'm not sure what the current schedule looks like, but I'll keep an eye open as I like to know for there as well.

sure thing. Lets keep in touch.

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