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Since my early days in the Irish Air Corps at Casement Aerodrome, Baldonnell, Co. Dublin, I have been fascinated by electronics and spent most of my spare time studying and designing various gadgets. With the advent of the "Microprocessor" in the mid 1970's and the subsequent availability of 'Personal Computers', this opened up a whole new world and I then became fully involved in Computer Programming and "Computer-Aided-Design" (CAD) design of microprocessor controlled electronic devices.
Amongst my designs was a "Portable Speech Communicator" for persons with speech difficulties which was launched at the "First World Congress on Disabilities" in Washington D.C. in December 1991 which I sold for manufacture and distribution in the U.S.A.
In 1993 I designed and sold an "Electronic Acupuncture Machine" which was used, amongst others, by the "Cappagh Hospital" in Dublin, for the effective relief of 'Phantom Pain Syndrome' by persons who still suffer the sensation of pain in a lost limb.


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