Astrapi® in the News
In this Microwave Journal article, Bernard Prkic of DragonWave discusses spiral modulation as a possible solution to the bandwidth crisis, stating “Fortunately, there are other, more promising approaches on the horizon [for greater spectral efficiency]: full duplex radio and spiral modulation. Both approaches promise a significant improvement in spectral efficiency: full duplex radio by 87 to 100 percent and spiral modulation, potentially, by more than 400 percent.
Euroconsult Honors Astrapi Corp as One of Five Most Promising Start-Ups at the annual Euroconsult Summit for Satellite Financing
University of Maryland’s Cupid’s Cup Business and Innovation Showcase Leads to $1.5M Investment in Local Startup
Astrapi Press Releases
Dallas, Texas, October 3, 2017. Astrapi Corporation awarded National Science Foundation Grant to Implement New Spectrally Efficient Waveform for Future Radio Communications
Washington, D.C. and Dallas, Texas, March 13, 2017. Satellite 2017 Startup Space Pitch competition awards the Grand Prize to Astrapi Corporation
Washington, D.C. and Dallas, Texas, July 12, 2016. Astrapi Corporation Awarded a National Science Foundation, Small Business Innovation Research Grant to Research Novel Radio Waveform
Washington, D.C. and Bilbao, Spain, February 22, 2016. Astrapi Corporation and the TSR Research Lab, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) Announce Research Partnership for Spiral-Based Modulation
Washington, DC (August, 2015) – Astrapi Corporation Nominated for a Telecom Council SPIFFY Award.
Washington, DC (March, 2015) – Astrapi Corporation Expands Patent Portfolio with Issuance of Software Defined Radio Patent.
Washington, DC (January, 2015) – Astrapi Corporation Names Mark Brady As Executive Vice President.
Washington, DC (December, 2014) – Astrapi Corporation Accepted to Exhibit at NAB Labs Future Park Showcase.
Washington, DC (October 14, 2014) – Astrapi Corporation expands patent portfolio with critical patent concerning methods of implementing spiral modulation.
Washington, DC (November, 2013) –Astrapi Corporation successfully completes the first DC Innovation Corps (DC I-Corp) program at George Washington University.