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Broadcast Electronics Appoints VP of Engineering
Quincy, IL - Dec 17, 2008 - Broadcast Electronics President and CEO Joseph W. Roark has appointed Brian Lindemann as vice president, engineering. Lindemann will oversee all RF engineering activity for BE. His career spans more than 20 years in communications for a number of companies, including Rockwell Collins and Honeywell. He holds six patents and specializes in waveform generation with an emphasis on hardware/software co-design. Lindemann is a Six Sigma Black Belt.
BE has also hired Rick Dorfner and Josh Timmons as software development engineers. Each has complementary skills in embedded operating systems and integrated circuitry design, with Dorfner's background in network communications and Timmons' background in time-critical software applications.
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