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On September 7, 1948, a patent was granted to Louis W. Parker for a television receiver. Louis W. Parker's "intercarrier sound system" is now used in all television receivers in the world. Without it television receivers would not work as well and would be more costly.
Louis W. Parker was inducted into the Inventors' Hall of Fame in 1988 for his invention of the intercarrier sound system for television sets, the modern basis for coordinating sound and picture in the television receiver.
Louis W. Parker Born January 1, 1906 - Died June 21, 1993 Television Receiver Patent No. 2,448,908.
Patent Drawing From United States Patent & Trademark Office