|From 1933 to 1939 Henry Booker
worked on radio wave propagation with Jack
Ratcliffe at the Cavendish Laboratories in
Cambridge. He became head of the Maths Group at Worth
working on radio propagation, reflection and refraction
which helped innovation of new antenna designs
to improve the radar performance.
After the war he returned to Cambridge University for
three years as a lecturer. In 1948 he moved to
Cornell University in the United States.
14 December 1910 - 1 November 1988