Web links recommended (non commercial) (in progress)

Last update 26 January 2007


Our main objective is, to enhance the knowledge of the history of electronics and electrical engineering. It appeared that we cannot cover all fields of interest and we have decided to add some links to interesting webs. Nevertheless, we are not responsible for its content and its existence might even have been cancelled.



http://members.chello.nl/h.dijkstra19/  Beautiful glass associated artefacts, and interesting links!

www.xat.nl/enigma/ Electronic Enigma, microprocessor based replacement for all Enigma derivates

http://www.ieee.org/organizations/history_center/ IEEE History Center

http://home.ggaweb.ch/radarcd/  Hans Juckerís Radar associated subjects

http://www.spectrum.ieee.org/nov05/2155 (How Europe missed the Transistor, IEEE paper 2005)

http://www.filmvorfuehrer.de/index.php/Vogt_Die_Erfindung_des_Lichttonfilms_Vorwort (based on the work done on: the invention of sound-film, acoustics (Kathodophone and electrostatic loudspeakers) and music recording, by Vogt, Massole and Engl by their, mutual, Triergon = Tri-Ergon company in the 1920s)

http://electrotherapymuseum.com/ This website was brought to my attention by Mr Henk Dijkstra recently (he creates the first website on top of the list of URLs). It seems to be a huge website, and may be of general interest.

http://www.tatjavanvark.nl/index.html  This is an amazing website. You will hardly find anything like this in the entire world! All has been selfmade or being restored and is of spectacular (superb) quality. Dealing with: Inside Information  -   The Falling Sun . . Incandescent Luminaires  -   Dynamic Distractor  -   Stainless Steel Sculpture - Joystick  -   Pocket Memory  -   Machined Plexiglass  -   Stereoscopic Rangefinder -  The Coding Machine  -   Jefferson Wheel Cipher - The Harmonium - The Free Pendulum -  The Navigation and Bombing System NBS - H2S Radar Indicators - Inertial Navigator Platform  -  Spectroscopes - Oscilloscope  -  High Vacuum Coating Machines  -  Various

http://homepage1.nifty.com/milk32plus/REASONING/NAXOS/JAPANESE/index.html  This hyperlink I received recently. It originates from Susumu Mr Inoue of Japan, who has translated my "Naxos" paper into Japanese language.



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