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Dr. Doyle Brown - Inventor And Physicist

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Dr. Doyle Brown's Bio

Dr. Doyle Brown
In Memoriam
December 24,1935
to
September 7,1997

Dr. Doyle Brown
Inventor And Physicist

Dr. Doyle Brown received his Ph.D. in Science from Baylor University in Texas. Dr. Brown, an Acoustician, was involved in acoustical engineering. Dr. Brown’s research interests were in the field of quantum physics especially electromagnetic wave theory. In 1960 he designed and created the first snorkels for hearing aids and installed them on the back of the Vicom OE-22 ear hearing aids. In 1962, he developed one of the first practical all silicon rubber ear molds for use with severe hearing impairments. In 1963, he modified the Vicon OE-45 cases and designed and constructed the first front microphone, back of the ear, hearing aids. By 1967, he had developed eight circuit modifications in Fidelity hearing aids, five of which were later adopted by the manufacturer. He also designed and constructed three different types of modules for insertion in ear mold shell cases. Dr. Brown also designed and constructed his own sound chamber, large enough to evaluate portable test equipment in addition to hearing aids. In 1968, he designed and constructed a “binomial” hearing aid circuit and successfully adapted and installed said circuit in an Audiotone B-211 Slimline eyeglass hearing aid temple. Between Dr. Brown’s formal education in physics and electronics and his vast knowledge of sound from his work with acoustics and sound waves, he was able to visualize a non-invasive method of introducing energy into the body for healing. Dr. Brown, along with his wife, Mary Brown, conducted private research for twenty-five years in the area of attenuating cancer related pain with the application of electromagnetic light and thus developed a device and method to stimulate the immune system and control inflammation. That development today is the patented Ig2000 Technology. Doyle was a true visionary and he was able to put substance to his vision.

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