The vintageTEK annual meeting is scheduled for Thursday,
February 22, 2018 at 5:00pm at the museum.
Due to the weather, the meeting has been postponed. A new date is TBD.
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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 added in the last month include:
- 155-0022-00 Sweep Circuit IC
- 2200 Family Marketing Presentation
- 4100 / 4200 Series Graphic Terminals
- A History of the Analog Cathode Ray Oscilloscope
- Biographical Information of Officers and Directors 1971
- CAChe WorkSystem
- CRT Time Capsule
- Early Years Publications
- Emmy Awards
- Experimental Scope
- Hawthorne Electronics
- Packing Popcorn
- Sales Masters
- Scope Class
- Tektronix Brochure 1963
- Test & Measurement Publications
- New engineers have been added to Eng V/Chief Eng/Fellows
- New award winners have been added to Eng Groups/Recognition/Awards
- New employees have been added to "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".