GatesAir Recognizes Digital Broadcast Patent Innovations
Nov 18, 2014 4:05 PM
CINCINNATI�Last week, GatesAir executives recognized the innovators of GatesAir''s latest patents at a ceremony at the Oasis Conference Center in Cincinnati.
From left to right, GatesAir engineers Wayne Duello, Dmitri Borodulin and George Cabrera are pictured with Chief Product Officer Rich Redmond (second from right) during the awards presentation for GatesAir patent innovations at the Oasis Conference Center in Cincinnati.
Following a keynote address from CEO Phil Argyris, Chief Product Officer Rich Redmond led a presentation in recognition of the company''s recent patent awards. Engineers Wayne Duello, Dmitri Borodulin and George Cabrera were among those honored at the event.
Duello received a patent for innovations in digital signal processing of digital modulations that reduce interference and strengthen robustness for over-the-air digital TV signals. Borodulin and Cabrera received patents for advancements in broadband, high-efficiency amplification for digital radio and television signals. These technologies will ensure quality improvements for viewers that receive free broadcasts powered by GatesAir digital transmission systems across radio, TV and mobile devices.
GatesAir, Inc. provides solutions for over-the-air radio and television broadcasting, leveraging wireless spectrum to maximize performance for multichannel services.