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Mitchael was a software lead on the team which invented Streaming Mobile Video in 1994 which became the foundation for 802.11(n) MIMO protocols. For its efforts the team won two 1994 Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Emmy Awards for technology contributions to the television industry. The technology was licensed to virtually all of the cell companies which existed during the 1990s and afterwards the technology and patents were sold to Samsung. Mitchael served as a Sr. VP of manufacturing for PC Designs, Inc. from 1988 through 2003 when the company was a competitor of Dell, Apple and Gateway and was one of the major suppliers of computer products to the State of California. Mitchael was the first to put together the technology for a string of "Surfcam's" in the early 1990's which streamed video over AOL. In the 2000’s Mitchael created complex software solutions for St. John’s Medical Center and developed RFID Location Based Software over which he holds three US patents with co-inventor Michael H. Freeman. Mitchael has over 30 patents issued with dozens of additional patents pending.