Lieutenant Colonel Albert G. Lee (24 May 1879 – 26 August 1967) was a Britishradio pioneer.
Lee was born in Conwy, Wales, and in 1903 entered the British Post Office Engineering Service, where he designed and tested submarine and other cables. In World War I he served in the Royal Engineers (Signal Service) commanding a telegraph construction company, and later was Officer-in-Charge, General Headquarters Signal Area. In 1920 Lee became involved with radios, and soon became Staff Engineer in charge of the radio section of the British Post Office. He was associated with the development of a coupled circuit arc, the Rugby, Warwickshire high-power station, and the transatlantic telephone and shortwave telephone service.