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September 22, 2009


Matt W

Pr0n is right! I don't know what at least some of that equipment does specifically, but I still love the pics of them anyways.

Looking at the pictures, it's funny to see how much has changed since the 50's and 60's (vacuum tubes and IC's) and how much has remained the same (DB25 connectors for example).

Good stuff thanks for linking!


Nowadays electronic test equipment are very innovative than early 50's and 60's. But without them started it out there will be nothing to compare off.

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