Digital Noise Reducer Invented at NYIT

November 13, 2015

In 1978, the digital noise reducer invented by William Glenn, Ph.D., earned NYIT its first television Emmy award. Glenn directed NYIT's former Science and Technology Research Center in Florida, where he also developed his invention. The digital noise reducer received a patent in 3-D technology in 1979. The Campus Slate reported on the Emmy win. To read a PDF of the story, click on Glenn's image shown in the newspaper clipping below:

This content is part of The Box's "60 Years in 60 Days" series in celebration of NYIT's 60th anniversary in 2015.