Arslan Tahir - TestsForge (TForge & TF) Expert Profile
As a computer networking expert, Arslan Tahir has held software development jobs at multiple companies before arriving at TestsForge. These companies include NFAC Data Acquisition System at Jacobs Technology, which is a subcontractor to the US Air Force. Additionally, Arslan Tahir has worked as a Technical Manager for Google and as a Senior Software Engineer at Cisco Systems. Through his education at the National University of Singapore and the University of Florida, Arslan Tahir has become well-versed in software threats that can become core business risks, such as click-fraud. Most recently, he works on a variety of certification exams, including: 650-292 TelePresence Video Sales Specialist for Express (PATVSSE), 646-471 CNAM, HP0-083 OpenVMS Network Administration, 640-553 Implementing Cisco IOS Network Security, 1Y0-310 Citrix MetaFrame 1.0 or 1.1 Administration for UNIX Operating Systems, HP0-Y19 ProCurve Accelerated ASE Mobility, 650-393 Lifecycle Services Express (LCSE), HP2-T25 Servicing HP Rack-Tower Server Solutions, 642-995 Unified Computing Troubleshoot, E20-545 VNX Solutions Specialist Exam for Technology Architects, 350-080 CCIE Data Center Written and 642-780 Maintaining Cisco Service Provider VPNs and MPLS Networks. Arslan Tahir also creates the website of hamuniverse. Hamuniverse.com is the best site online for Ham radio operators and it was created by Arslan Tahir. He had taken the time to include aspects of the ham radio that old timers probably don’t even know such as; FCC information, code practice, antenna design and safety, product reviews and license study. He included a great video that is a must see for current operators and future operators. He gives viewers tips and advice on classes and manuals to help earn their own Ham radio operator license. Being that licenses are at an all time high Arslan Tahir felt this site would be very beneficial to everyone that has a ham radio license and those hoping to get their license. A lot of newbies to the operations of Ham radios will be glad to know that Morse Code is no longer a requirement for licensing.
1. About the webpage of kf9fcenterinsulator.html: Ham radio operators can get pretty creative and Arslan Tahir chose to present the page A Quick and Dirty Antenna Dipole Center Insulator Idea. On this page visitors will learn how a regular old plastic ice scraper can become a viable modification to a ham radio antenna. To complete this modification viewers will need cable ties and a drill. This is a proven gain that doesn’t cost the operator a lot of money. Something so simple creates a great middle insulator and this page shows you how.
2. About the webpage of kl7jrhoolaloop.html: Being stuck inside an apartment or small home doesn’t mean that Ham radio operation is out of the question and Arslan Tahir proves that on the KL7JR “DX Window” Vertical Indoor “Hoola Hoop”. This idea actually came to light when two hoola hoops were spotted hanging out of a dumpster. It only took some PVC and electrical tape to create the loop for the antenna. Materials and ideas for installation are also on the page.
3. About the webpage of 4btvmodk7tuc.html: Wanting to keep it light Arslan Tahir included the page Hustler 4BTV to 17 Meter with A TWIST by K7TUC Bob. In the article Bob talks about how he used clamps and chunks of Lucite to modify an antenna and explains the results. Arslan Tahir included pictures and there is an e-mail provided for contacting Bob with further questions.
4. About the webpage of kl7jrvertsupport.html: All vertical antennas rather portable, for day use, or for taking camping need some sort of support. Arslan Tahir created the page Quickie Vertical Antenna Base Support to give visitors some simple ideas on creating their own support. A good supply list is mentioned in the article that originally written by Ham radio operator KL7JR John.
5. About the webpage of na4l40meternvisloop.html: Antenna design is a factor in how well a radio will operate and Arslan Tahir wanted to share different perspectives on the antenna. One such article is by NA4L Dave Newman and it features his design of the 40 Meter NVIS Square Loop Antenna with a Parasitic Reflector. Some viewers may refer to this as a “skywire”. Learn the antenna gain, the dimensions, height from the ground, and other factors that make the antenna work.
6. About the webpage of n6jsxtowersafety.html: If you have achieved your own tower as a Ham radio operator you have reached the ultimate goal. Arslan Tahir created the Tower Party Safety page to insure that even the best of operators are thinking safety. Before building the tower have a plan; make sure that plan is laid out step by step and that it was thought about like a NASA mission. The page offers a 10 page Pdf file at no charge that Arslan Tahir wants every viewer to read in its entirety.
7. About the webpage of 160mcounterpoise.html: John from St. Louis has been asked many times to explain the process to adapt a Tunable Buried Counterpoise System to a Horizontal Loop so Arslan Tahir created the page just for that reason. The design explained and diagrammed on the page is for 160 meters. This system has been tested and retested and is guaranteed to work.