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Peter Levine was Member Technical Staff, IC Technology Research, RCA Laboratories where he was on the team that developed the CCD Comb Filter Integrated Circuit. He shared a David Sarnoff Award for Outstanding Technical Achievement for this development in 1981. This IC was adapted to implement the buried subcarrier signal encoding in the RCA VideoDisc system.
Mr. Levine was instrumental in the development of innovative and novel techniques for the measurement of device and circuit performance of CCD's in video signal processing applications. These unique circuit evaluation techniques played a key role in the rapid evaluation and improvement of the circuits incorporated in the comb filter IC. Patent application were filed covering a number of inventions in the comb filter made solely by mr. Levine or in which he is a joint inventor, and many have now issued as patents. These include the gain control circuit at the input to the CCD, a charge limiting circuit, and a number of others.
- 1981 David Sarnoff Award Announcement
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