Scott's first product, the Dynaural Noise
Suppressor, was widely adopted by the commercial broadcast industry. Scott's Instrument
Division gained fame as a manufacturer of precision laboratory instruments including sound
level meters and analyzers for industrial and safety use.
of Boston, was only the third station in the world to pioneer FM Stereo multiplex
programming with H.H. Scott equipment.
Richard L. Kaye, WCRB station manager (and future
Chairman) collaborated on the design of the
Type 830 FM Multiplex Stereo Generator with
Daniel R. von Recklinghausen (R),
assisted by Thomas W. Pickett (L).
TYPE 830 FM Multiplex Stereo Generator