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Jim Wilber joined the New Products Department in Indianapolis in 1966. He served three years in the U.S. Coast Guard doing power distribution and lighting design, and returned to RCA's New Products Department in 1971. He began development of the VideoDisc player electronics at that time and continued with player electronics design when "SelectaVision" VideoDisc Operations was formed. His major responsibilities have been color correction and power supply, although he has at times contributed in other areas of the player electronics.
- RCA 1981 Company Biography
James A. Wilber, BSEE, '66, is Senior Member Technical with Thomson Consumer Electronics in Indianapolis, IN. His responsibilities include deflection and power supply design in TV Americas.
- 2000 Kansas State University Alumni Notice
In 2002, Jim Wilber was a member of the Thomson Amateur Radio Club (TARC) based in Indianapolis, Indiana, and home to W9RCA.
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