Changeset 185 in t29-www for en

Sep 1, 2010, 10:04:43 PM (13 years ago)

Korrektur einiger kleiner Fehler in der englischen Übersetzung nach Heriberts Zettel.

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  • en/computer/electro-mechanical.shtm

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    2121<div id="content">
    24 <h2>Mechanische Rechenhilfen</h2>
     23    <h2>Mechanical Adding Machines</h2>
    2625        <div class="box left clear-after">
  • en/computer/electron-tubes.shtm

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    2525    development of broadcast engineering in the 1920/30s.
    2626    <br/>The first electronic desk calculator in the world (1962) is a real milestone. The
    27     modern-looking monster features 144 electron tubes and belongs consequently to the first
     27    modern-looking monster features 188 electron tubes and belongs consequently to the first
    2828    generation of calculators. It has a wonderful glowing display. However, the
    2929    tube based computer can only compute with the four basic arithmetic operations and
  • en/computer/ic-technology.shtm

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    6363        <p>
    6464            WANGs versioning scheme is a bit unusual: The computers were released in this order: 700, 500, 600, 400.
    65             <br>The Wang 400 (year of manufacture 1971 is a pared-down version of the 700.
     65            <br>The Wang 500 (year of manufacture 1971) is a pared-down version of the 700.
    6666                The most important scientific functions were programmed directly in the
    6767                threaded ROM, they did not have to be loaded via cassette any more. In the
  • en/computer/transistors.shtm

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    100100        </p>
     102        <!--
    102103    <p>The first digital transistorised calculator was produced in Italy (IME 84, 1964). In 1965,
    103104        OLYMPIA built a calculator which was capable of handling floating-point numbers and at the
    104105        same time, the company WANDERER released the .</p>
     106        -->
    105107    <!--Gibts ja jetzt mit Bild: FRIDEN from the USA surprised with a calculator that displayed the contents of four registers on one cathod ray tube at the same time. But all these calculators could only compute with the four fundamental arithmetic operations, like many others. At least some of them could already extract a root. A core memory mostly served as storagemedia. The memory shown below is especially illustrative.</p>-->
    118120        <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/friden-display.jpg" alt="Display des Friden 130" width="274" height="134" />
    119121                <p class="bildtext">
    120                     In 1966 the <b>FRIDEN 130</b> was announced. It was the first desktop calculator featuring a
     122                    The <b>FRIDEN 130</b> was announced in 1964. It was the first desktop calculator featuring a
    121123                    CRT display using an oscillocope tube to display the contents of four internal registers of the machine.
    122124                The memory is based on a <a class="go" href="storage-media.shtm#Magnetostrictive_memory">magnetostrictive line</a>.
  • en/computer/univac9200.shtm

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    119119           of punched data was hard work. The computer compares the data which should be
    120120           punched with the position of the hammers in the punch station in a very
    121            complex way. Only one of the 24 inductive sensing elements was broken,
     121           complex way. One of the 24 inductive sensing elements was broken,
    122122           furthermore a transistor which amplifies the particular induced voltage was
    123123           out of order and there was a cold solder joint. Finally the complete sensing
  • en/search.shtm

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    2727                <p class="bildtext">
    2828                        We are looking for an <b>Digicorder DG 408</b> or <b>DG 308</b> for the
    29                         IME 86 <a href="/en/computer/transistors.shtm">desk calculator</a>.
     29                        IME 86 desk calculator.
    3030                        <br>Exchange objects are available on demand.
    3131                </p>
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