Mina Celebrates 40 Years with Continental
Dallas - Mar 5, 2007 - Adil Mina, the vice president of business development for Continental Electronics, is celebrating his 40th year with the company. Mina originally joined Continental Electronics as an engineering co-op student from Southern Methodist University.
After graduation from SMU, Mina began his career in earnest as an installation supervisor for HF transmitters. He moved up to become project engineer and product line manager on numerous Continental transmitter products up to 2MW, many of which are operating in countries all over the world. He served as project engineer and product manager for the design and development of the Continental Electronics 500kW high-frequency transmitter and the high-efficiency solid-state modulator.
Mina also has served on numerous industry association boards and standards groups. Most recently, Mina was named chairman of the USA Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) Group. The USA DRM Group is an organization of broadcasters and manufacturers who joined forces to promote the introduction of DRM in the United States.
Continental Electronics was founded in 1946.
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