Abraham Dranetz

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he personally designed the first barium titanate accelerometer and later designed and received patents for other piezoelectric transducers for measurement of shock and vibration, force and blast, and for ultrasonic microphones for TV remote control. He worked for Gulton Industries then founded Dranetz Technologies
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