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Photograph was edited for publication purposes Photograph caption dated July 17, 1962 partially reads, "Electronic telemetry, a communications system used for space ships and missiles, will soon help to make cars quieter...John Crockett, left, and Robert Fuller, engineers of the Bendix Corporation's Pacific division in North Hollywood, designers of the equipment, are shown in photo, making a final check of the transmitter (on car seat) and the noise-sensing microphone (suspended from sun visor). The large unit in the foreground is the receiver, which will record and pinpoint noise from the car's passenger compartment and engine."
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