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Be sure to visit the museum on the web or in person. We continue to enhance the web page with many new resources, exhibits, films and videos. Some of the most recent pages include:
- 113 Delay Line
- 1966 Calendar Photos
- 7104 1 GHz Oscilloscope
- 11403 Digitizing Oscilloscope
- Boys Rocket / Robotic Scope Class
- CRT Manufacturing
- Factors Affecting Scope Value 1961
- Fundamental Electronic Concepts for Oscilloscope Use & Maintenance
- Hawthorne Electronics
- Miscellaneous Engineering Groups-Engineering Groups/Awards/Recognition
- Phaser 340 Color Printer
- Professor Tom Lee Visits The vintageTEK Museum
- Radioactive Scopes
- Rodgers Organ Company
- Scope Carts
- Tektronix 1987 Products
- Tektronix 20th Anniversary
- Tektronix 40th Anniversary and Book
- Tektronix 50th Anniversary
- Tektronix In Movies And Shows
- Tekweek Electronic Quizzes
- Television Products
- Using The Oscilloscope As An Instrument Maintenance Aid 1958
- Interviews with Chief Engineeers
- and a number of employee articles located at
"Information and Resources" > "Employees"
The floor plan below shows the exhibit layout and there is a photo tour of the museum in the exhibits tab.
Celebrating Tektronix Legacy Products
The People Who Made Them Successful
vintageTEK is a charitable, educational and scientific museum founded to commemorate the early history of Tektronix, Inc and its role in spawning approximately 300 high technology companies in the 'Silicon Forest' - i.e. the four county, two state metropolitan area of Portland, Oregon. Our main goal is to share our knowledge and history and to "pique the interest of young people in science and technology and to challenge them to become the technologists of the next decade".