Leonard T. Bruton Microelectronics, Communications, Networks and Control Systems

Designed and developed electronic filters

The Story

Bruton has done extensive research in the field of real-time analog and digital signal processing. His research interests include multidimensional signal processing, sub band filtering of images, and image and audio compression. One of the most common uses of Bruton filters is in the touch-tone telephone. He is Coordinator of the Calgary Centre of the Canadian MICRONET Network of Centres of Excellence.

Sources: The Manning Awards; Bruton’s homepage.

The Person

Residence
Calgary, Alberta
Family Members
  • Mother: Avis
  • Father: Len
  • Siblings: Alex, Michelle, Nicole, Adrian
Other Interests
Travel, photography, mountain biking, music, tennis, cricket, soccer, computer art, shortwave radio, public speaking, the Internet, fractal art
Title
Electrical Engineer; Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Office
Calgary, Alberta
Status
Working
Degrees
  • BSc, London, 1964
  • MEng, Carleton, 1967
  • PhD, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 1970
Awards
  • Manning Award, 1991
  • Golden Jubilee Medal, 2000
Last Updated
May 29, 2002
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