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08:33, 20 October 2014Appendix 11 Outline of Honda Electro Gyro-Cator.pdf (file)Masayuki arai514 KB (Copy of Reference (16), which shows Photos and figures of Honda Electro Gyrocator.)1
08:30, 20 October 2014Appendix 10 US PAT 4484284.pdf (file)Masayuki arai121 KB (Copy of Reference (11), which shows USA patent. )1
08:27, 20 October 2014Appendix 9 US PAT 4470124.pdf (file)Masayuki arai138 KB (Copy of Reference (10), which sows USA patent.)2
07:25, 20 October 2014Appendix 8 US PAT 4402050.pdf (file)Masayuki arai143 KB (Copy of Reference (9), which sows USA patent.)1
07:20, 20 October 2014Appendix 7 IEEE Medals.pdf (file)Masayuki arai129 KB (Copy of Reference (8), which shows IEEE Awards, IEEE medals website.)2
07:13, 20 October 2014Appendix 2 information on Youtube site.pdf (file)Masayuki arai68 KB (Copy of Reference (2), which shows YouTube indicating how to use Honda Gyrocator (in Japanese).)1
07:08, 20 October 2014Appendix 1 JSAE Website.pdf (file)Masayuki arai175 KB (Appendix 1: Copy of Reference (1))3
05:14, 20 October 2014Appendix 6 IEEE Medals.pdf (file)Masayuki arai210 KB (Appendix 6: Copy of Reference (7), which shows IEEE Awards, IEEE medals website.)1
05:05, 20 October 2014Appendix 5 HONDANEWS HGC on sale 17Dec 1981(English).pdf (file)Masayuki arai68 KB (Copy of Reference (6), which shows Honda news released in Japan and translated in English)2
04:52, 20 October 2014Appendix 4 HONDANEWS Technology introduction Aug24 1981(English).pdf (file)Masayuki arai115 KB (Copy of Reference (5), which shows Honda news released in Japan and translated in English.)1
17:29, 16 October 2014Approval and support of a Citation for the Computer History Museum (Mt.pdf (file)Administrator1109 KB 1
05:13, 14 October 2014Letter of Agreement 20140924(Tsuda).pdf (file)Masayuki arai14 KB (Dear IEEE History Committee, IEEE Tokyo Section has agreed to sponsor the Milestone nomination. Sincerely, Toshitaka TSUDA )1
05:12, 14 October 2014Letter of Honda Agreement for IEEE 20141008.pdf (file)Masayuki arai27 KB (Dear IEEE History Committee, Honda Motor Co., Ltd agrees to host the proposed IEEE Milestone plaque commemorating “Honda Gyrocator: The World’s First Map-Based Automotive Navigation System,1981” and to permit the plaque to be installed at Honda)1
18:23, 13 October 2014R8 history.pdf (file)M.j.bastiaans12.95 MB 10
17:00, 13 October 2014Betty-1944-loeb.jpg (file)Administrator11.21 MB 1
16:23, 13 October 2014Richard Gambino - Bill Clinton.jpg (file)Administrator156 KB 1
16:18, 13 October 2014RJGambino3.gif (file)Administrator113 KB 1
16:18, 13 October 2014RJGambino2.gif (file)Administrator117 KB 1
16:18, 13 October 2014RJGambino1.jpg (file)Administrator1311 KB 1
16:18, 13 October 2014Richard J. Gambino 2659.jpg (file)Administrator1190 KB 1
18:43, 6 October 2014Ieee encs banner.jpg (file)Tjepsen906 KB (IEEE ENCS banner)1
18:35, 6 October 2014Institute of electrical and electronic engineers.jpg (file)Tjepsen1.1 MB (IEEE certificate)1
18:34, 6 October 2014Institute of radio engineers.jpg (file)Tjepsen1.14 MB (Institute of Radio Engineers certificate)1
18:31, 6 October 2014American institute of electrical engineers.jpg (file)Tjepsen1.11 MB (American Institute of Electrical Engineers certificate)1
17:10, 1 October 2014Ensign esther hottenstein.jpeg (file)Rronquil18 KB (Esther Hottenstein)1
16:13, 23 September 20141 Translation Periodical Funk 1927 issue 45.pdf (file)Garbe47 KB 2
13:38, 17 September 2014Fig10-SharpHAYAXfacsimile1981.jpg (file)Administrator7873 KB (After the CCITT agreement on the Group 3 facsimile standard in 1980, Sharp introduced its FO2000 fax machine, the “HAYAX” in honor of Sharp founder Tokuji Hayakawa, in 1981. The world’s smallest G3 fax machine, it weighed 70 kg and used 175 w to tra)1
13:36, 17 September 2014Fig09-XeroxLDXSystemwithModel.JPG (file)Administrator71.1 MB (Xerox expanded into facsimile with its LDX (Long Distance Xerography) system in 1964. Weighing nearly 1100 pounds together, the LDX scanner and printer leased for $800 per month and could transmit 8 pages a minute. Courtesy Xerox Historical Archives)1
13:34, 17 September 2014Fig08-WesternUnionDeskFaxEngineeringPrototype1949-05-25.jpg (file)Administrator7546 KB (After introducing its Desk-Fax prototype in 1949 in eight U.S. cities, Western Union manufactured tens of thousands of the machines into the 1960s, a quantity unequaled by telephone-based fax machines until the 1970s. Courtesy William Conlon, Jr., http://)1
13:02, 17 September 2014Fig07-ThomasDWhitelyNWSfax1946 wea01834.jpg (file)Administrator7856 KB (The United States Weather Service in Washington, DC, sponsored the development and construction of fax machines like this 1946 model for printing weather maps. Courtesy of the family of Thomas D. Whitely, NOAA)1
13:01, 17 September 2014Fig06-RadioCraftcoverRadioNewspaper1934-04.jpg (file)Administrator71.55 MB (Hugo Gernsback’s ''Radio-Craft'' predicted in 1934 that consumers would pay to receive an abbreviated newspaper by radio fax, but the market that he, RCA, Finch, and others envisioned never materialized. Courtesy
12:55, 17 September 2014Fig05-SiemensKarolusFacsimileSystem1927 0622.jpg (file)Administrator7584 KB (The Siemens-Karolus Picture Telegraphy system in the Berlin post office literally needed a room of supporting equipment. Courtesy Siemens Corporate Archive, Munich)1
12:53, 17 September 2014Fig04-KoenigRangerPhotoradiograph1924-05.jpg (file)Administrator72.38 MB (Facsimile’s black boxes are opened to show the complexity of the electronic and mechanical components in Richard Ranger’s fax system as he works with Albert J. Koenig in 1924. Courtesy David Sarnoff Library)1
12:50, 17 September 2014Fig03-KornTeleautograph1907-02.jpg (file)Administrator7519 KB (This schematic of Arthur Korn’s 1907 teleautograph depicts the basics of facsimile: scanning, transmitting, and reproducing an image. Instead of physical scanning, a beam of light scanned the image in Korn’s selenium-based system, which used electric)1
12:47, 17 September 2014Fig02-CaselliPantelegraphSample.jpg (file)Administrator7145 KB (If there were no problems with synchronism and interference, the quality of a Caselli transmission could be quite good. Courtesy Marius Rensen,
02:20, 17 September 2014Fig01-CaselliPantelegraph1870.jpg (file)Administrator7263 KB (The French telegraph administration operated the world’s first fax service in 1865 with Abbé Caselli’s pantelegraph. Louis Figuier, ''Les Merveilles de la Science'' Vol. 2 (Paris: Librarie Furne, Jouvet et Cie, 1870))1
21:24, 12 September 2014Bose-UTennesseePowerEngineeringLab HFLinkConverter1997.jpg (file)Administrator7166 KB (Dr. Bose at the University of Tennessee Power Engineering laboratory in 1997, showing package of HF link converter. Courtesy Bimal K. Bose)1
21:22, 12 September 2014BoseBooks4x3.jpg (file)Administrator7258 KB (Bimal K. Bose’s books.)1
21:20, 12 September 2014Bose-UTennesseePowerElectronicsGroupBose2013.jpg (file)Administrator7127 KB (Present power electronics group at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in 2013; Dr. Bose is in the middle of the back row. Courtesy Bimal K. Bose)1
21:16, 12 September 2014Bose-UTennesseePhDstudentsVedulaSastryIITMadras1993.jpg (file)Administrator7222 KB (Dr. Bose and his University of Tennessee doctoral students in 1993, with visiting Professor Vedula Sastry of IIT, Madras. Courtesy Bimal K. Bose)1
21:13, 12 September 2014PEACstaffBoseStudents1988.jpg (file)Administrator7422 KB (PEAC staff members with Dr. Bose, front row right, and some students in 1988. Courtesy Bimal K. Bose)1
21:10, 12 September 2014Bose1stBookPowerElectronicsACDrives1986.jpg (file)Administrator7251 KB (Bimal K. Bose with his new book in hand at the GE-CRD power electronics laboratory in 1986. Courtesy Bimal K. Bose)1
21:08, 12 September 2014SutherlandBoseGECRD MicrocomputerPWMmodulator1982.jpg (file)Administrator757 KB (GE-CRD project on microcomputer-based PWM modulator in 1982. From left: Hunt Sutherland and Bimal Bose. Courtesy Bimal K. Bose)1
21:01, 12 September 2014SzczesnyBoseSutherlandGECRD DSPcontrolETXII1986.jpg (file)Administrator788 KB (Doing research at GE-CRD laboratory on DSP control of the EV (ETXII) project in 1986. From left: Paul Szczesny, Bimal Bose, and Hunt Sutherland. Courtesy Bimal K. Bose)1
20:56, 12 September 2014Bose-BengalEngineeringCollegeEEfaculty1966.jpg (file)Administrator7244 KB (Electrical engineering faculty of Bengal Engineering College in 1966; Bimal Bose stands at top left. Courtesy Bimal K. Bose )1
20:00, 12 September 2014Post War Citation OYEE 1942-1947.pdf (file)Administrator112.94 MB 1
14:40, 6 September 2014Reasons IEEE funkerberg.pdf (file)Garbe56 KB 1
14:39, 6 September 201420140826EndorsementEMCS-Pres.pdf (file)Garbe87 KB (Letter of Endotrsement from the President of the IEEE EMC Society)1
14:38, 6 September 201420140814 Milestone Chapter Endorsement.pdf (file)Garbe172 KB (Letter of Endorsement from the IEEE German EMC Chapter)1
14:36, 6 September 20147 Translation Archiv Post Fernmeldewesen 1950 Nr6.pdf (file)Garbe68 KB 1

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