R. B. Dome
R. B. Dome (A'27-M'38-SM'43-F'48) was born on October 12, 1905, at Tell City, Ind. He received the B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Purdue University in 1926, and the M.S. degree from Union College in 1929. Mr. Dome became affiliated with the General Electric Company in 1926. In 1928, he joined their radio (transmitter) engineering department, where he remained until 1934. Since 1934, he has been in the radio (receiver) engineering department of the same company.
Mr. Dome served on the I.R.E. Papers Committee from 1940 to 1945, and has been serving on the Board of Editors since 1946. He is a member of The Scientific Research Society of America, and of Sigma Xi.
R.B. Dome received the 1951 IEEE Morris N. Liebmann Memorial Award "For many technical contributions to the profession, but notably his contributions to the inter carrier sound system of television reception, wide band phase shift networks and various simplifying innovations in FM receiver circuits."