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Roland LeesIn the early part of the war Roland Lees worked on Chain Home Low including RF (Radio Frequency) test equipment  and aerial matching.  He also developed common aerial working with Banwell - to enable the use of one aerial for both transmitting and receiving.

Later he joined Alan Hodgkin in the group working on guided weapons.  After the war he continued to work on homing for guided weapons.

He later became Director Signals Research & Development Establishment (SRDE) 1963 - 1966  and subsequently Director Royal Signals & Radar Establishment (RSRE) 1976 - 1977.

Roland Lees CB

  
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