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Date Archived
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QST
collection
189
ITEMS
38,761
VIEWS
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Radio-Craft
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200
ITEMS
29,370
VIEWS
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Hugo Gernsback, sometimes called by Americans as The Father of Science Fiction, started it as Radio-Craft in July 1929. The title was changed to Radio-Electronics in October 1948 and again to Electronics Now in July 1992.
Dr Dobb's Journal
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16
ITEMS
16,120
VIEWS
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General Radio Experimenter
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465
ITEMS
15,565
VIEWS
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Electrical Experimenter
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30
ITEMS
6,903
VIEWS
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Experimenter Publishing was an American media company founded by Hugo Gernsback in 1915. The first magazine was The Electrical Experimenter (1913–1931) and the most notable magazines were Radio News (1919–1985) and Amazing Stories (1926–2005). Their radio station, WRNY, began broadcasting experimental television in 1928. In early 1929 the company was forced into bankruptcy and the Gernsback brothers lost control of Experimenter Publishing.
RCA Broadcast News
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122
ITEMS
4,867
VIEWS
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Communications
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69
ITEMS
3,893
VIEWS
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Electronics World
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19
ITEMS
3,685
VIEWS
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Topic: electronics
Vacuum Tubes Datasheets
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55
ITEMS
3,125
VIEWS
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Topics: tubes, electronics, Tubes Datasheets
Bob Pease - Lab Notes
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10
ITEMS
2,700
VIEWS
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Robert Allen Pease (August 22, 1940 – June 18, 2011) was an analog integrated circuit design expert and technical author. He designed several very successful "best-seller" integrated circuits, many of them in continuous production for multiple decades. These include the LM331 voltage-to-frequency converter, and the LM337 adjustable negative voltage regulator.
Jim Williams - Tribute
collection
11
ITEMS
1,268
VIEWS
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James M. Williams (April 14, 1948 – June 12, 2011) was an analog circuit designer and technical author who worked for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1968–1979), Philbrick, National Semiconductor (1979–1982) and Linear Technology Corporation (LTC) (1982–2011). He wrote over 350 publications relating to analog circuit design, including 5 books, 21 application notes for National Semiconductor, 62 application notes for Linear Technology, and over 125 articles for EDN Magazine.
Topic: electronics
Boonton Radio Corporation - The Notebook
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38
ITEMS
906
VIEWS
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The company was founded in 1934 by William D. Loughlin and others in Boonton, New Jersey. The company developed and manufactured many innovative instruments, the most significant (and earliest) being the Q meter. The instruments they developed were mostly used for measuring for radio technology. In 1959, Hewlett-Packard purchased Boonton Radio Corporation as a "wholly owned subsidiary" and continued to sell a number of its products, including the RX meter. Boonton Radio Corporation...