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Todd Christopher received a BSEE degree in 1965 from the University of Cincinnati and an MSEE degree in 1970 from Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana. He joined RCA Corporation in 1961 as a co-op student trainee, and worked in the Consumer Electronics Division as a television design engineer until 1973, when he joined the VideoDisc Advanced Development group. He is currently Manager, Player Electrical Design, Consumer Electronics Division. He has been awarded ten U.S. patents relating to television and video disc player design, and is a co-recipient the David Sarnoff Technical Excellence Award.
- RCA 1981 Company Biography
Mr. Christopher has been a key technical participant in the VideoDisc project since 1973. His principal contributions have been in the development of practical electronic circuits for the player. in addition, he has contributed to the development of the signal encoding standards for the system. Twelve patents have been issued in his name, three of which are applicable to the VideoDisc system.
- 1981 David Sarnoff Award Announcement
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