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Thomas Chen graduated from Purdue University in December 1973 with a BS degree in Electrical Engineering. He received his MSEE degree in 1976 from Rutgers University. He joined RCA Laboratories In 1973 in the systems research group. From 1974 to 1979 he worked in the LSI systems design group of the RCA Solid State Technology Center, in the area of microprocessor system development.
Since 1979, he has been working in the VideoDisc Player Control Research Group of RCA Laboratories. He has been involved in the development of an integrated circuit for either video character generation or character overlay on video. More recently, he has been developing control software for advanced multi-microprocessor-based VideoDisc players. In 1980, as a member of this group, he received the RCA Laboratories Achievement Award.
- 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. Thomas Chen received this award for contributions to the development of the first CED random-access interactive VideoDisc player.
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