Dennis Fuller

Dennis was a graduate of Cambridge University joining Pye in the 1930s.

During the war, he worked on the development of radio telephones, and, alongside Don Weighton, Pye’s other Cambridge graduate, the wire guided missile, and the Proximity Fuze.

After the war, he led the development of the world’s first electronic pacemaker in 1965, and many other innovative inventions in the medical electronics field, such as a Speech Aid unit, a passive implant Mouth Monitor and a Respiratory Monitor.