Definition of David sarnoff
1. Noun. United States businessman who pioneered in radio and television broadcasting (1891-1971).
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1. Making Things Better: Competing in Manufacturing (1993)
"A working prototype computer to perform such simulations has been built by the david sarnoff Research Center in the United States, under contract to Thomson ..."
2. Latin-American Year Book for Investors and Merchants for 1918- (1919)
"President, Edward J. Nally; Vice-Presidents, Washington Dodge and david sarnoff; Secretary, Charles J. Ross. Capital, 3500 shares 7 per cent, ..."
3. Guide to NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"Perceptual-Based Video Encoding and Quality Measurement—Bell Atlantic; David Sarnoff Research Center*; Texas Instruments; and Sun Microsystems • Adaptive ..."
4. ATP Focused Program Competition: Digital Video in Information Networks edited by Barry Leonard (1998)
"... Advanced Technology Program US Department of Commerce Technology Administration National Institute of Standards and Technology david sarnoff ..."
5. A World's Fair for the Global Village by Carl Malamud (1997)
"... the 1930s with the stunning success of Armstrong's implementation of FM, David Sarnoff had staked RCA's future on the newfangled medium of television. ..."