Weber Technologies Inc. was incorporated in 1997 for the purpose of furthering the development and marketing of the Selective Sampling Receiver that is patented by Daniel Weber.
The original concept that lead to the Selective Sampling Receiver, Dan came up with while a student at Chabot College in Hayward California in 1985. It was based on the theory that if you compared two signals with an op amp (differential amplifier) one on each input you can create a very accurate comparison with amplification given to the differences. In , the Selective Sampling Receiver was first called the Directional Receiver and was created with an op amp, diode, and three resisters. The name Directional Receiver was used since Dan’s background is in guidance systems and he could see the very powerful applications in the field of guidance and imaging systems.
What Dan found almost by accident is that when this comparison happens and the interference is at its zero amplitude any signal that is at null in the desired signals channel and not in the undesired signal’s channel is amplified by his circuit design.