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Addison Avenue: Perfect Opportunity
While Bill and Dave were preparing to start their own company, Bill wrote to Dave about a property on Addison Avenue in Palo Alto, California, that could serve as a residence and a workspace. The Addi ...
An Early Benchmark at Addison Avenue
The Addison Avenue garage proved to be a successful space for Dave Packard and Bill Hewlett to develop technology. Their 200A audio oscillators and 200B oscillators found a home on the workbench.
Lucile Salter Packard
Dave Packard married Lucile “Lu” Salter in 1938, not long before the couple moved from Schenectady, New York, to Palo Alto so Dave and Bill Hewlett could start Hewlett-Packard together. Lu would be cr ...
The HP 200A: From Prototype to Product
Bill developed this audio oscillator while doing postgraduate research at Stanford in 1938. On the basis of this prototype, Bill and Dave developed their first product, the HP 200A audio oscillator. ( ...
The Lightbulb that Lit the Way to HP
On July 27, 1938, while working as a researcher at Stanford, Bill Hewlett had an idea that would revolutionize oscillator technology and lead directly to the founding of Hewlett-Packard. Engineers had ...