Capital of Idaho

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Boise.

Last seen on: –USA Today Crossword – May 30 2021
Universal Crossword – Oct 22 2020
Daily Celebrity Crossword – 11/20/19 Wayback Wednesday

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Robert Adler (December 4, 1913 – February 15, 2007) was an Austrian-born American inventor who held numerous patents.He worked for Zenith Electronics, retiring as the company’s Vice President and Director of Research. His work included developing early sound-based remote controls for televisions, which were the standard for 25 years until replaced by infrared (IR) remotes that could transmit more complex commands.

Adler was born in Vienna in 1913, the son of Jenny (née Herzmark), a doctor, and Max Adler, a social theorist. He earned a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Vienna in 1937. Following Austria’s annexation by Nazi Germany in 1938, Dr. Adler, who was Jewish, left the country. He traveled first to Belgium, then to England, where he acted on the advice of friends, who recommended that he emigrate to the United States. After emigrating to the United States, he began working at Zenith Electronics in the research division in 1941. In his lifetime, Adler was granted more than 180 US patents.

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Robert Adler (December 4, 1913 – February 15, 2007) was an Austrian-born American inventor who held numerous patents.He worked for Zenith Electronics, retiring as the company’s Vice President and Director of Research. His work included developing early sound-based remote controls for televisions, which were the standard for 25 years until replaced by infrared (IR) remotes that could transmit more complex commands.

Adler was born in Vienna in 1913, the son of Jenny (née Herzmark), a doctor, and Max Adler, a social theorist. He earned a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Vienna in 1937. Following Austria’s annexation by Nazi Germany in 1938, Dr. Adler, who was Jewish, left the country. He traveled first to Belgium, then to England, where he acted on the advice of friends, who recommended that he emigrate to the United States. After emigrating to the United States, he began working at Zenith Electronics in the research division in 1941. In his lifetime, Adler was granted more than 180 US patents.

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