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His 50-year career includes such contributions as the development of time standards for space navigation, high-speed computer printers and medical ultrasound technology. While at HP from 1959 to 1987, he launched production of precision quartz crystals for high-speed counters and frequency counters, and he started development of the laser interferometer, a device capable of measuring to millionths of an inch. He was the first Director of the Physical Electronics Lab, and he was the founding Director of HP's first European laboratory in Bristol, UK, in 1984.
Noted For:Developer of time standards for space navigation, high-speed computer printers and medical ultrasound technology
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