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This site was created late Spring of 2010 as a place for me to better document my projects and findings. The name rev0 is a shortened version of the original name, rev0lution, which was a sketch that came to my mind during a physics class in 2009. The name grew into something of a brand that is relatively unique, and that I have placed on nearly all PCBs I've made since then.

The original rev0lution logo from '09

About Me

My name is Justin Kenny, and I am currently an RF Engineer at Lab126 in Bellevue, Washington. I graduated in 2012 with a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering at California Polytechnic State University, in San Luis Obispo. My favorite hobby is of course, creating electronics, and my many projects tend towards embedded systems, radio designs, and a growing interest in 3D printing and CNC. I'm an Extra licensed ham radio operator under the call sign KJ6KST. When not working on my projects, I spend much of my time surfing the web and learning new things, and I enjoy traveling, exploring, and photography. I hope that this website can serve as not only a better reference for myself, but as a reference for others and perhaps a starting point or source of inspiration for projects others may have.

If you find this website useful and want to help support future projects, feel free to donate via the bar on the left, any amount is appreciated. Feel free to contact me by email (jkenny23 AT gmail DOT com), I'll be happy to help with any questions you have.

You can visit our partner site Duvall Wi-Fi to learn more about the community broadband project where we hope to bring fiber connectivity to our local community by forming and independent wireless/wired network.