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In Reply to: RE: No problem posted by Michael Samra on March 02, 2017 at 14:16:50
I didn't realize that Harold Beverage used to work in communications back in the day.
"In the early 1920s, two engineers working for RCA, Harold H. Beverage and H.O. Peterson, began investigating what was actually happening when signals faded."
The guy who looked like he was 50 in 1933 ain't the same guy you knew fifty years later. :)
I didn't see that date but you are right.I wonder if it's his father? I just looked at the photo and the name.
"For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong" H. L. Mencken
He was born in 1914 - clearly too early to be the previous guy. Related? Perhaps you might research that.
He did, however, design vacuum tubes at Raytheon and worked on radar systems.
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