Robert D. Culver (Bob); BSEE University of Maryland 1970, post graduate work at George Washington University, Syn-Aud-Con and elsewhere. He is a retired partner of the Consulting Engineering firm of Lohnes & Culver. He is a past board member and past president of AFCCE, the Association of Federal Communications Consulting Engineers, both the engineering and the scholarship boards. His was a professional registered engineer in Washington, DC and Maryland. He provided technical representation and expert testimony for broadcast and technology companies, conducted tutorials, presented technical papers and contributed articles to the technical press on numerous occasions. His most recent engineering work was in the development of Digital Radio Broadcasting (DRB), Digital Television (DTV) and related projects and groups including: CCIR Task Group 10/2, EIA-CEG Digital Audio Radio (DAR) Subcommittee, WG-A, WG-B, project engineer of the DAR system field testing and author of the EIA-NRSC Field Test Plan.
He lives in Jackson, Wyoming and is active in local political and service projects. He has been married to wife Cathy since 1981. Their leisure activities include Alpine skiing, Mountain hiking and the Shooting Sports.