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Full Name (family, given): Levy, E Samuel
Location: San Diego
Entered: 12 Apr 2007, 11:14 p.m.

University of MO BSEE, 1951 I came to know HP and Tektronix from their test equipment. I borrowed instruction books to learn their best use and to maintain them. I went to USNUSL sound lab, RF propagation. To Collins Radio IA, did their first printed boards. Came to San Diego for the Atlas missile program test equipment, went into commercial digital meter for production testing. Started a company in that business, sold it to Cubic; there for 19 years. At that time the HP-35 was new and bought it, sold. HP-65, 67, 97 tape wheel failure, 41C dropped, left batteries in, 15C sent to Estonia, 32S right keys stopped, 32SII, 33S; still use the last 2. I was into design and invention, space radios and broadband pseudo-noise modulated ranging. Still keep my hand in helping others. I have project histories I can share with interested parties.


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