AES New York 2018 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: Sennheiser - Old Lyme, CT USA
Joe Ciaudelli was hired by Sennheiser in 1987 upon graduating from Columbia University with an electrical engineering degree. He provided frequency coordination for large multi-channel wireless microphone systems used by Broadway productions, major theme parks, and broadcast networks. He wrote the Turbo-RF software which became the industry standard planning tool of the time. Joe has served in various capacities at Sennheiser USA including Director of Marketing, Director of Market Development & Education, and Director of Advanced Projects & Engineering. He is now Director of Spectrum Affairs for Sennheiser Research & Innovation.
He wrote the chapter on wireless microphones for the last three editions of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) Handbook for Sound Engineers. Joe is a private sector adviser in the U.S. delegation to the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the United Nations specialized agency on information and communications in Geneva, Switzerland.
Joe is also the founder of Rayvel, a corporation that specializes in electro-magnetic science, and holds three patents in holographic technology.
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SR03: RF Super Session (Panelist)