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Keiji Suzuki received the 1967 IEEE Vladimir K. Zworykin award "For his outstanding technical contribution in the field of television and engineering leadership in the application of the relaying of television signals via satellites." He is known most widely for his contributions to microwave relay broadcast technology. Suzuki died in 2003.
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Keiji Suzuki received the 1967 [[IEEE Vladimir K. Zworykin Award|IEEE Vladimir K. Zworykin]] award "For his outstanding technical contribution in the field of television and engineering leadership in the application of the relaying of television signals via satellites." He is known most widely for his contributions to microwave relay broadcast technology. Suzuki died in 2003.
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Biography

Keiji Suzuki received the 1967 IEEE Vladimir K. Zworykin award "For his outstanding technical contribution in the field of television and engineering leadership in the application of the relaying of television signals via satellites." He is known most widely for his contributions to microwave relay broadcast technology. Suzuki died in 2003.