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About Dali

Dali Wireless is a worldwide pioneer in digital radio distribution systems and digital predistortion technology. Dali’s dedication to innovation has resulted in the company being granted over 500 global patents and pending patent applications. In addition to providing broad coverage on digital predistortion and radio frequency (RF) distribution technology, Dali’s patents are critically important for enabling 4G, 5G and virtual Radio Access Network (vRAN) technologies.

Mobile operators, large enterprises and public safety networks around the world deploy technology with Dali’s IP to ensure high-quality service and a seamless migration to future technologies.

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Dali’s patent portfolio utilizes full digitization, network function virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) to surpass the limitations of current networks.


It ultimately delivers a highly flexible, elastic, and scalable solution that can effectively facilitate rapid network expansion, densification, and migration to next-generation networks. 


From in-building wireless, public safety, urban densification, and rural coverage to virtualized Radio Access Network (vRAN), find out how Dali Wireless’s intellectual property can help you satisfy your network goals today and in the future.

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Urban Densification

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Safety Coverage

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RAN Virtualization


Dali is actively shaping the telecommunication industry through its cutting-edge commercialized patent portfolio. Learn how to become a licensee today.


Dali has an impactful and comprehensive portfolio of granted patents and pending patent applications related to wireless telecommunication technology.  Dali continues to grow and protect its 500+ patent portfolio worldwide.


Dali’s intellectual property is available under license in jurisdictions spanning the globe. Contact Dali for more information.

Spanning Many Wireless Communication Categories Including…

  • Wireless Technologies & Infrastructure

  • Digital Pre-Distortion

  • Power Amplifiers

  • Software-Defined Networking

  • Network Analytics

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Leadership Team


Albert Lee, Ph.D., CEO

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Albert is a seasoned entrepreneur. Prior to founding Dali Wireless, Albert practiced cross-border corporate, venture capital, and intellectual property law at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman in Silicon Valley. He previously co-founded OnChip Technologies, a MEMS-microfluidics startup for proteomics, and a number of information technology startups where he held various board and management positions. Albert is a British Marshall Scholar, and earned a Ph.D. in Law from Trinity College, Cambridge University. He also received a J.D. from Harvard Law School, and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering & Economics from California Institute of Technology. Albert holds several key patents in wireless systems and networking.

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Shawn Stapleton, Ph.D., CTO

Shawn is a luminary in wireless communications. He is currently a Professor Emeritus at the School of Engineering Science at Simon Fraser University. Shawn founded PulseWave RF, TRL Microwave Technology and Seron Technologies. He has acted as an external partner for Hewlett Packard and later Agilent Technologies where he developed the majority of the ADS software design guides and the ADS Digital Predistorter Connected Solution. In addition, he delivered seminars on Digital Predistortion of Power Amplifiers around the globe. Shawn has held positions at Scientific Atlanta, GigaOptix (iTerra Communications), and Canadian Astronautics Limited. Shawn received his B.Eng, M.Eng. and Ph.D. from Carleton/Ottawa University. He has over 300 international patents, and has published approximately 200 scholarly publications in the areas of RFICs, Digital Signal Processing, Mobile Communications and Power Amplifications

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