George N Eberl

age ~71

from Glen Burnie, MD

Also known as:
  • George Eberl
  • Mario Gonzalez
Phone and address:
513 Glen Heights Ave, Glen Burnie, MD 21061

George Eberl Phones & Addresses

  • 513 Glen Heights Ave, Glen Burnie, MD 21061
  • New Carrollton, MD
  • Ellicott City, MD
  • Columbia, MD
  • Hedgesville, WV
  • Linthicum Heights, MD

Work

  • Company:
    Ngc
    Mar 2004
  • Position:
    Retired

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Golf Is a Good Walk Spoiled

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Author
George Eberl

ISBN #
0878337911

Resumes

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George Eberl

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Location:
Glen Burnie, MD
Work:
Ngc
Retired

Us Patents

  • Method And Apparatus For Am Digital Broadcasting

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  • US Patent:
    6487256, Nov 26, 2002
  • Filed:
    Apr 12, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/834077
  • Inventors:
    Brian William Kroeger - Sykesville MD
    E. Glynn Walden - Marlton NJ
    George Nicholas Eberl - Columbia MD
  • Assignee:
    Ibiquity Digital Corporation - Columbia MD
  • International Classification:
    H04L 512
  • US Classification:
    375265
  • Abstract:
    A method for AM in-band-on-channel (IBOC) digital audio broadcasting (DAB) uses a center channel signal in a central frequency band of an AM radio channel, the center channel signal is modulated by first and second versions of the program material to be transmitted. Sub-carriers in a upper and lower sidebands of the AM radio channel are modulated with addition digitally encoded portions of the program material. The upper sideband lies within a frequency band extending from about +5 k Hz to about +10 kHz from a center frequency of the radio channel and the lower sideband lying within a frequency band extending from about -5 k Hz to about -10 kHz from the center frequency of the radio channel. The center channel signal the upper and lower sideband sub-carriers are transmitted to receivers. In a hybrid IBOC DAB version, the center channel signal includes a carrier which is analog modulated by the first version of the program material and additional sub-carriers modulated by the second version of the program material, wherein the additional sub-carriers are transmitted at a power spectral density level that is less than the power spectral density of the analog modulated carrier.
  • Method And Apparatus For Am Digital Broadcasting

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  • US Patent:
    62434241, Jun 5, 2001
  • Filed:
    Mar 27, 1998
  • Appl. No.:
    9/049217
  • Inventors:
    Brian William Kroeger - Sykesville MD
    E. Glynn Walden - Marlton NJ
    George Nicholas Eberl - Columbia MD
  • Assignee:
    iBiguity Digital Corporation - Columbia MD
  • International Classification:
    H04L 512
    H04B 168
  • US Classification:
    375265
  • Abstract:
    A method for AM in-band-on-channel (IBOC) digital audio broadcasting (DAB) uses a center channel signal in a central frequency band of an AM radio channel, the center channel signal is modulated by first and second versions of the program material to be transmitted. Sub-carriers in a upper and lower sidebands of the AM radio channel are modulated with addition digitally encoded portions of the program material. The upper sideband lies within a frequency band extending from about +5 k Hz to about +10 kHz from a center frequency of the radio channel and the lower sideband lying within a frequency band extending from about -5 k Hz to about -10 kHz from the center frequency of the radio channel. The center channel signal the upper and lower sideband sub-carriers are transmitted to receivers. In a hybrid IBOC DAB version, the center channel signal includes a carrier which is analog modulated by the first version of the program material and additional sub-carriers modulated by the second version of the program material, wherein the additional sub-carriers are transmitted at a power spectral density level that is less than the power spectral density of the analog modulated carrier.
  • Satellite Beam Acquisition/Crossover For A Mobile Terminal

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  • US Patent:
    58289577, Oct 27, 1998
  • Filed:
    Mar 14, 1996
  • Appl. No.:
    8/615937
  • Inventors:
    Brian W. Kroeger - Sykesville MD
    Gregory W. Seker - Columbia MD
    Paul J. Peyla - Elkridge MD
    George N. Eberl - Columbia MD
    Denise M. Cammarata - Owings Mills MD
  • International Classification:
    H04Q 700
  • US Classification:
    455428
  • Abstract:
    An improved satellite beam acquisition and crossover technique for finding an appropriate satellite beam by searching for and acquiring a strongest pilot channel, searching for signalling channels on the acquired strongest pilot channel and monitoring the acquired signalling channel. Beam acquisition of a continuous wave pilot as in the preferred embodiment is faster and more reliable than beam acquisition of a modulated channel. Moreover, the acquired pilot channel can be used to unambiguously precalibrate the frequency reference of the mobile terminal. Also, acquisition of the pilot ensures that the corresponding satellite beam is not blocked or shadowed immediately prior to searching for a signalling channel, which significantly improves the reliability while reducing the time required for the search process. Mitigation of fading and shadowing is provided by using fast attack, slow decay non-linear filtering.

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Friends:
Margaret Eberl, Jules Evans, Jim Eberl, Linda Halper, Matthew Keefe
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Locality:
VENICE, Florida
Birthday:
1922

Classmates

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Heald Engineering College...

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Graduates:
Arthur Ayres (1967-1969),
Gladys Francisco (1978-1980),
George Eberl (1972-1975),
Neil Gralnick (1973-1974),
Clara Brock (1954-1956)
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Charles M. Russell High S...

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Graduates:
George Eberl (1965-1969),
Dan Lingren (1970-1974),
Bob Scarbro (1970-1978),
Becky Dilulo (1994-1998),
John Chappell (1995-1999),
Michelle Yearout (1974-1978)
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Cleveland Hill High Schoo...

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Graduates:
Corey Horvatits (1986-1990),
Richard Kopcho (1971-1975),
George Eberl (1977-1981),
Jennifer Krempa (1995-1999),
George Hausner (1976-1980)

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