GatesAir engineers Wayne Duello, Dmitri Borodulin, George Cabrera, Chief Product Officer Rich Redmond (L-R) .
GatesAir is highly active on the patent front with more than 238 patents and two Emmy awards.
GatesAir’s legacy of innovation in over-the-air TV and radio broadcasting includes two Emmy awards and more than 238 US and Global patents. At a November ceremony at the Oasis Conference Center in Cincinnati, company executives recognized the innovators of GatesAir’s latest patents.
Following a keynote address from GatesAir CEO Phil Argyris, Chief Product Officer Rich Redmond led a presentation in recognition of the company’s recent patent awards.GatesAir engineers Wayne Duello, Dmitri Borodulin and George Cabrera were among those honored at the event.
Obtaining a patent is a tenacious process that requires a long-term commitment, with countless hours of hard work and dedication from the innovators. Mr. 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.
Mr. Borodulin and Mr. Cabrera received patents for advancements in broadband, high-efficiency amplification for digital radio and television signals.These linchpin technologies will ensure continued quality improvements for viewers that receive free broadcasts powered by GatesAir digital transmission systems across radio, TV and mobile devices.
“These patents represent the very high level of innovation happening throughout GatesAir today as we advance the possibilities of over-the-air broadcasting,” said Redmond. “Our engineers and scientists continue to break new ground and innovate to enable our global customers to wirelessly deliver content at the lowest total cost of ownership, solidifying GatesAir’s leadership position in the broadcast industry. We’re honored to recognize these impressive achievements.”
GatesAir provides complete solutions for over-the-air radio and television broadcasting, leveraging wireless spectrum to maximize performance for multichannel, mission-critical services. Powering over-the-air networks worldwide with unparalleled reliability for nearly 100 years.
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