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Victor Auerbach received a BEE degree in 1956 from the City College of New York and a MSEE degree from the University of Southern California in 1958. He joined RCA Astro-Electronics in 1958 and was involved with numerous digital designs of spacecraft systems.
He joined RCA Laboratories in 1979 as a Member of the Technical Staff in the VideoDisc Player Research Group. Since then he has developed software for IR control of the player and other new player control systems.
- RCA 1984 Company Biography
In 1984, Dr. William M. Webster announced the RCA Laboratories Outstanding Achievement Awards for contributions to electronics research and engineering during 1983. Victor Auerbach received this award for contributions to the development of the first CED random-access interactive VideoDisc player.
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