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Raymond Alphonsus Heising

consultant engineer , patent agent.

Raymond Alphonsus Heising, American consultant engineer, patent agent. Awarded Modern Pioneer award, N.A.M., 1940, Armstrong medal, Radio Club American, 1953. Fellow Institute of Radio Engineers (past president, Morris Liebmann Memorial Prize, 1921, Founder’s medal 1957), American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Physical Society, American Institute of Elctrical Engineering.

Background

Heising, Raymond Alphonsus was born on August 10, 1888 in Albert Lea, Minnesota, United States. Son of Charles and Anna A. (Fitzgerald) Heising.

Education

Electrical Engineer, University North Dakota, 1912. Master of Sciences, University Wisconsin, 1914. Doctor of Science, 1947.

Career

Engineer radio research engineer Western Electric Company Inc., New York, 1914-1925. Radio research engineer Bell Telephone Laboratory Inc., 1925-1944, patent engineer, 1945-1953, retired. Construction engineering, patent agent, since 1953.

Developed radio telephone transmitters for naval ships and army airplanes, World War, 1917-1918. Aided in development trans-Atlantic long wave telephone circuit, 1922-1929, short wave transoceanic circuits, 1925-1929, ship-shore telephone circuit, 1929.

Works

  • Author: Quartz Crystals for Elec. Circuits, 1946. Contributor articles to engineering societies Over 100 United States patents.

Membership

Fellow Institute of Radio Engineers (past president, Morris Liebmann Memorial Prize, 1921, Founder’s medal 1957), American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Physical Society, American Institute of Elctrical Engineering.

Connections

Married Teresa A. Coneys, November 25, 1920. Children: William P., Charles R., Mary Ellen.

father:
Charles Heising

mother:
Anna A. (Fitzgerald) Heising

spouse:
Teresa A. Coneys

children:
William P. Heising

Charles R. Heising

Mary Ellen Heising