David Sarnoff Research Center

David Sarnoff Research Center

David Sarnoff Research Center: RCA Labs to Sarnoff Corporation tells the story of their invention or innovation at this Princeton, New Jersey research facility.

Author: Alexander B. Magoun

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 0738513318

Category: History

Page: 128

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Color television, transistors, lasers, digital memory, computers, liquid-crystal displays, medical electronics, and digital video-these technologies define modern civilization. David Sarnoff Research Center: RCA Labs to Sarnoff Corporation tells the story of their invention or innovation at this Princeton, New Jersey research facility. The center's engineers, physicists, chemists, technicians, and shop workers developed radar, sonar, and TV-guided missiles during World War II. In 1951, RCA renamed the labs for its visionary leader, David Sarnoff, and the center continued its groundbreaking work for RCA's product divisions and patent-licensing department. General Electric bought RCA in 1986 and donated the David Sarnoff Research Center to SRI International, a nonprofit research institute. Ten years later, the center became Sarnoff Corporation, a company that provides innovative client solutions, licenses patents, starts companies, and sells products. David Sarnoff Research Center: RCA Labs to Sarnoff Corporation celebrates the fascinating process of research and development with stunning photographs selected from thirty thousand stills in RCA's collections now held at the David Sarnoff Library. Masterfully framed and lighted, these rare images reflect American confidence in the promise of technology at its twentieth-century peak and illustrate a sometimes unusual world within a social life of awards, gardens, picnics, and sports teams.
Categories: History

RCA Technical Notes

RCA Technical Notes

Author: Radio Corporation of America. David Sarnoff Research Center, Princeton, N.J.

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ISBN: UOM:39015048081296

Category: Electronics

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Categories: Electronics

Attorneys and Agents Registered to Practice Before the U S Patent Office

Attorneys and Agents Registered to Practice Before the U  S  Patent Office

Of America David Sarnoff Research Center Princeton , N.J. 08540 ( 16482 609-
452-2700 - 2644 ) Schaefer , Kenneth Robert RCA David Sarnoff Research
Center Box 432 Princeton , N.J. 08540 ( 20409 609-452-2700 EXT . 2046 )
Krittman ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:HL4RAE

Category: Patent lawyers

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Directory of Registered Patent Attorneys Agents as of December 1968

Directory of Registered Patent Attorneys   Agents as of December 1968

Ferebee , George Paige Radio Corp. of America David Sarnoff Research Center
Princeton , N.J. 08540 Misterly , Frank S. * Radio Corp. of America David Sarnoff
Research Center Princeton , N.J. 08540 Tuska , Clarence D. 401 Mercer Rd ...

Author: United States. Patent Office

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ISBN: HARVARD:HL4RAC

Category: Patent lawyers

Page: 200

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Categories: Patent lawyers

Corporate Author Headings

Corporate Author Headings

DAVID SARNOFF RESEARCH CENTER , PRINCETON , N. J. SYSTEMS
ENGINEERING EVALUATION AND X х X X X х XX х X х sa х х X X х х Radio
Corp. of America , Princeton , N. J. David Sarnoff Research Center . Radio Corp.
of America ...

Author: Federal Council for Science and Technology (U.S.). Committee on Scientific and Technical Information

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ISBN: UIUC:30112002329354

Category: Science

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Categories: Science

Dedication of Plaque to David Sarnoff

Dedication of Plaque to David Sarnoff

Commemorating His 45 Years of Service in Radio and Naming the Princeton
Laboratories of RCA as the David Sarnoff Research Center. ment to David
Sarnoff , look around you at RCA including his greatest Research Center . RCA
has a ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105047807966

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Page: 35

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David Sarnoff

David Sarnoff

... David Sarnoff Research Center , ' and I extend to you and your staff of
scientists my warm good wishes for continued progress . ” Another of the “
birthday " greetings which was especially welcome to Sarnoff came from Dr . Lee
De Forest .

Author: Eugene Lyons

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105041004909

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Page: 372

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Liquid Gold

Liquid Gold

David Sarnoff , 1956 The idea of building a television set with a thin , flat display
was a dream that David Sarnoff , Chairman of ... The complex , which was
renamed the David Sarnoff Research Center in 1951 , was situated just off Route
1 in ...

Author: Joseph A. Castellano

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9812565841

Category: Science

Page: 315

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This book traces the history of liquid crystal display (LCD)development from simple laboratory samples to the flat, thin LCDs thathave become an important part of everyday life, appearing intelevision screens, computers, cellular phones, as well as numerousother consumer and industrial products.
Categories: Science

Communication Technology

Communication Technology

The six proposals, which began testing in the Fall 1990, have been submitted by
Zenith, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Faroudja Laboratories, Nippon
Hoso Kyokai, ATRC (a consortium comprised of the David Sarnoff Research ...

Author: Dana Royal Ulloth

Publisher: University Press of America

ISBN: 0819183660

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 206

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This collection of articles reviews some of the latest developments in telecommunications and electronic storage and processing devices, and provides a perspective on telecommunications capabilities currently available. Each section focuses on specific technologies or aspects of the communications environment. ^BSelected Contents: A Little Light, A Bright Promise: Fiber Optics; Teleconferencing: A Rapidly Growing Innovation; Cellular Phones: The Way We Communicate Today; GTE in Cerritos; Cable Television Regulation and Competition; Cable Television: Application and Technology; Communication Satellites; High Definition Television: The Next Generation; Interaction Video Graphics; Desktop: What's in Store for Publishing; Videocassette Recorders; Videodisc; The VCR of the 90s; Compact Discs; CD-ROM: Past and Present on Disc.
Categories: Business & Economics

Masers and Lasers

Masers and Lasers

Radio Corp. of America , David Sarnoff Research Center , Princeton , N. J.
MOLECULAR AMPLIFIERS AND GENERATORS , by L. E. Norton and J. P.
Wittke , Contr . DA 36-039 - sc - 73031 , Quart . rept . no . 3 ( 1 Jun - 31 Mar 57 ) ,
15 Apr 57 ...

Author: John F. Price

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ISBN: OSU:32435004561734

Category: Lasers

Page: 161

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Categories: Lasers

The Business of Research

The Business of Research

4 Laboratory as entrepreneur : videoplayer research begins James Hillier , vice -
president of RCA and head of RCA ... For the David Sarnoff Research Center to
become RCA's corporate entrepreneur would require a radical shift away from ...

Author: Margaret B. W. Graham

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521368219

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 258

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This book looks at how RCA shaped a sophisticated consumer electronics technology in a research and development effort that spanned fifteen years.
Categories: Business & Economics

Television

Television

The answer lies in the David Sarnoff Library, which I began visiting while
researching my dissertation in 1994. The nonprofit Library is housed within the
David Sarnoff Research Center, formerly the RCA Laboratories and now owned
by ...

Author: Alexander B. Magoun

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0313331286

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 209

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Explores the history of television, discussing its initial conception, technological changes over the years, and the development of cable television and videotapes.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

American History as Seen Through Currency

American History as Seen Through Currency

... a time when radio was primarily used by ships and amateur radio operators .
After David Sarnoff - photo courtesy of the World War I , the Radio Corporation of
America ( RCA ) was formed by David Sarnoff Research Center General Electric
 ...

Author: Joanne C. Dauer

Publisher: Heritage Capital Corporation

ISBN: 0972846603

Category: Paper money

Page: 400

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Categories: Paper money

Intelligent Autonomous Systems IAS 3

Intelligent Autonomous Systems  IAS  3

... 592 Centre de Recherche Informatique de Montréal , 258 Columbia University
, 206 , 561 , 729 David Sarnoff Research Center , 653 Delft University of
Technology , 719 Federal Highway Administration , 135 , 278 Florida Atlantic
University ...

Author: F. C. A. Groen

Publisher: IOS Press

ISBN: 9051991223

Category: Science

Page: 743

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A collection of papers dealing with complete systems of intelligent robots, focusing on autonomy. The contributions cover intelligent perception, intelligent planning and control, and integrated systems.
Categories: Science

Cranbury

Cranbury

By the mid-1960s, among the largest employers in the area, although located just
outside the township's boundaries, included the RCA Space Center, the Forrestal
Research Center, the David Sarnoff Research Center, the Western Electric ...

Author: John Whiteclay Chambers

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 9780813553580

Category: History

Page: 304

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One of the oldest towns in New Jersey, Cranbury has a long and noteworthy history that is in part distinctive and in part broadly representative of larger themes in the development of the state and the nation. In this beautifully illustrated book sponsored by Cranbury Landmarks, Inc., historian John Whiteclay Chambers II links the narrative of this remarkable place to contemporary debates about suburbanization and land-use planning. Founded in 1697 and soon featuring an inn, a gristmill, and a church, the village prospered due to its strategic location on important transportation routes between New York and Philadelphia and its fertile, productive farmland. David Brainerd, a famous and controversial young missionary, came there to preach to the Lenape Indians. In 1778, George Washington and his army stayed there on their way to the Battle of Monmouth. In the nineteenth century, roadways, railroads, and turnpikes spurred the town’s commerce and agriculture. Yet unlike many old agricultural centers transformed by suburbanization in the twentieth century, Cranbury has retained its picturesque, small-town image and much of its charm. Cranbury has the feel of a well-preserved nineteenth-century village, remarkable for its intact and cohesive domestic and commercial architecture—a status recognized when it was placed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places. In the last several decades, an active citizenry has innovatively linked the historic preservation of the town center with the maintenance of adjoining farmland, stream corridors, and wildlife habitats. How Cranbury preserved much of its character while accommodating economic growth provides a central theme in this book. Preserving the best of the past while astutely meeting the challenges of the present, Cranbury’s history offers an inspiration for active civic participation, a model for enlightened development, and an engaging American story. A project of Cranbury Landmarks, Inc.
Categories: History

International Directory of Company Histories

International Directory of Company Histories

1942 : The company founds RCA Laboratories as a separate facility . 1951 : RCA
Laboratories is renamed the David Sarnoff Research Center . 1986 : GE buys
RCA . 1987 : GE gives David Sarnoff Research Center to SRI International .

Author: Jay P. Pederson

Publisher: International Directory of Com

ISBN: PSU:000049753363

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 704

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Multi-volume major reference work bringing together histories of companies that are a leading influence in a particular industry or geographic location. For students, job candidates, business executives, historians and investors.
Categories: Business & Economics

International Directory of Company Histories

International Directory of Company Histories

1942 : The company founds RCA Laboratories as a separate facility . 1951 : RCA
Laboratories is renamed the David Sarnoff Research Center . 1986 : GE buys
RCA . 1987 : GE gives David Sarnoff Research Center to SRI International .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39076002337066

Category: Big business

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Categories: Big business

Beam Processing Technologies

Beam Processing Technologies

Glenn H. Chapman (19), Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Lexington, Massachusetts 02137 ... David Sarnoff Research Center,
Princeton, New Jersey 08543-5300 J. J. Muray (113), SRI International, Menlo
Park, ...

Author: Norman G. Einspruch

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9781483217857

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 558

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Beam Processing Technologies is a collection of papers that deals with the miniaturization of devices that will be faster, consume less power, and cost less per operation or fabrication. One paper discusses metal oxide semiconductor (MOS) integrated circuit technology including the operation of devices whose lateral and vertical dimensions are scaled down. If the devices' silicon doping profiles are increased by the same scale factor, they can operate on lower voltages and currents, with the same performance. Another paper describes laser beam processing and wafer-scale integration as techniques to increase the number of devices on a silicon chip. Electron beam technologies can be used in many fabrication processes such as in microlithography, selective oxidation, doping, metrology. Ion beam applications depend on the presence of the ion introduced into the device (e.g. implantation doping), on pseudoelastic collisions (e.g. physical sputtering or crystal damage), and on inelastic scattering (e.g. polymer resist exposure). Silicon molecular beam epitaxy (SiMBE) can also grow high-quality layers at low temperature, particularly concerning germanium, especially as reagrds the growth system design and utilization of n- and p-type doping. Chemical beam epitaxy (CBE) is another epitaxial growth technique that can surpass MBE and metal organic chemical vapor deposition (MO-CVD). The collection is suitable chemical engineers, industrial physicists, and researchers whose work involve micro-fabrication and development of integrated circuits.
Categories: Technology & Engineering