[time-nuts] Historical HP quartz oscillator manuals available
Richard (Rick) Karlquist
richard at karlquist.com
Wed Sep 27 10:41:19 EDT 2006
I talked to the Agilent Library, and they said that
if I donate these manuals, they will be stored but
not scanned at this time. I thought I would ask
here if there is any interest in any of these manuals.
Perhaps I can scan a few myself if there is sufficient
Rick Karlquist N6RK
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> I have the following manuals (original paper version):
> HP 100E
> HP 101A
> HP 103A
> HP 104AR
> HP 107AR/BR
> HP 115CR
> HP 117A
> Does anyone know if these have already been scanned
> and made available on the web? If not, I plan to
> see if the Agilent Library wants to scan them. They
> basically have a program to scan manuals but I don't
> know if they have an age cutoff. These are only
> of historical interest and have no utilitarian value.
> For example, the HP 100E, circa 1960, uses vacuum tubes,
> including the "phantastron" circuit, which has no
> counterpart in solid state.
> If anyone is interested in owning any of the original paper
> manuals, let me know what you are interested in.
> I need to dispose of these one way or another.
> Rick Karlquist N6RK
> Agilent Technologies
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