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Startup Licenses Radio Technology from IPFW

Technology addresses increasingly congested radio spectrum

FORT WAYNE, Ind. � Adaptive RF Corp., a recently created subsidiary of Adaptive Micro-Ware Inc., has licensed intellectual property from Todor Cooklev, ITT associate professor of wireless communications and applied research and director of the Center for Wireless Technology at Indian University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.

According to Cooklev, the technology that he developed helps address the increasingly congested radio spectrum, overseen by the FCC.

Adaptive RF Corp. was formed to research and commercialize advanced radio technology products and services. The company licensed Cooklev�s technology through the Purdue Research Foundation Office of Technology Commercialization. Cooklev will now serve as CEO of Adaptive RF Corp.

�Todor�s conceptual and technological approach aligned with our vision of next-generation radio platforms,� said Bob Kniskern, president and CTO of Adaptive Micro-Ware, when talking about why the company licensed the technology and created Adaptive RF Corp. �This license agreement reflects a commitment from Adaptive to further high-tech economic growth in Fort Wayne and Indiana.�