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Monday, August 29, 2016

Electronic Inventory Online - Parts-n-Kits

High quality new & excess electronic components, such as: Batteries, LCD's, LED's, Power Supplies, Switches, Fans, Cables, Development Tools and more. 

 Electronic Inventory Online - Parts-n-Kits - https://www.eio.com/ 

 Electronic Inventory Online - Parts-n-Kits

Electronic Inventory Online, Inc. is a leading online retailer offering a diverse catalog of component electronics, consumer electronics, educational toys and games, professional tools and hardware, hobby and DIY products, and everything between. 

 Electronic Inventory Online, Inc.
22412 Normandie Ave. Unit #A Torrance, CA 90502 (USA)

Sunday, August 28, 2016

All Electronics - Pre-owned or New Parts and Equipment

This is a easy to use Electronics Component eStore. And so well sorted and Boxed. They also buy unused Inventory or surplus from You. They specialize in electronic and electro-mechanical parts and assemblies. - https://www.allelectronics.com/

All Electronics - Pre-owned or New Parts and Equipment

All Electronics - Pre-owned or New Parts and Equipment

From robotics, electric trains, surveillance, remote control models, antique radio restoration to Used Parts and Assembly; They have it all for the student, hobbyist or even that rare Inventor. Since 1967 they have this service, nearly a year after i was born. They are as old as Me.

All Electronics Corporation
14928 Oxnard Street, CA 91411-2611, USA

Saturday, August 13, 2016

The Philbrick Archive - Bob Pease and The OpAmp

This site is a free non-profit repository of materials from GAP/R George A Philbrick Researches, the company that launched the commercial use of the Operational Amplifier in 1952.

The Philbrick Archive and Operational Amplifier

The Philbrick Archive - Bob Pease and The OpAmp

The first commercial Operational amplifier was the K2-W op-amp. It was based on the amplifier used in the Philbrick modular Analog-Computor "black boxes ".

First Opamp K2-W op-amp

That amplifier's basic circuit architecture, in turn, was probably inspired by an earlier amplifier designed by Loebe Julie (Dan Sheingold and Bob Pease, thanks for helping me with this information). The K2-W Operational Amplifier entered the commercial market in 1952.