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A Wide Scope: HP 150A Oscilloscope
Women and men in the Wiring and Assembly section worked side by side in crafting 150A oscilloscopes. Hewlett-Packard encouraged all groups to work together while fostering a cohesive and friendly envi ...
An Awesome Oscilloscope: The HP 180A
The HP 180A oscilloscope was a 100 percent solid-state component oscilloscope, Hewlett-Packard’s first. An entirely new cathode ray tube design resulted in a screen that was twice the size of other sc ...
Blink of an Eye: HP 196B
Hewlett-Packard entered the market for oscilloscopes in the mid-1950s. They would become an important part of the company’s business for decades. The 196B oscilloscope camera could photograph blips on ...
Constructing a Cathode-Ray Tube
Workers assembled cathode-ray tube electron guns required for the 175A oscilloscope. By the early 1960s, the HP Tube Lab produced virtually all CRTs used in Hewlett-Packard oscilloscopes. Women were a ...
Cooperation: HP’s Colorado Springs Facility
Dedicated in 1963, Hewlett-Packard’s Colorado Springs facility was home to production for the company’s thriving oscilloscope business.