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H. Taylor Howard (April 5, 1932 – November 13, 2002) was an American scientist and radio engineer. Howard was a major player in the development of consumer satellite television in the USA. In 1976 he demonstrated the possibility of receiving of TV signal from a communication satellite direct to the home of an ordinary householder, using a home-made satellite dish (actually a converted military surplus radar dish) and a self-designed and built analog satellite receiver. He co-founded San Jose, California-based Chaparral Communications. He was born in Peoria, Illinois.
Howard was a professor emeritus electrical engineering at Stanford University, and his career there spanned more than 50 years.
- Stanford University Memorial Resolution for H. Taylor Howard
- New York Times obituary for H. Taylor Howard
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