Changeset 81 in t29-www


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Timestamp:
Jan 10, 2009, 2:55:45 AM (14 years ago)
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sven
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  • index: Was gibt es neues-Sync
  • Ein Staz in diehl-combitronic uebersetzt. Heriberts Behauptung "rechts Bild, engl. Text passt nicht mehr" konnte ich nicht nachvollziehen.


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  • en/devices/diehl-combitronic.shtm

    r80 r81  
    5252        from this desk computer was obsolete, even for that time. It was
    5353        partily still made using germanium transistors. After these computers,
    54         Diehl divided the computer construction division off to Japan.
    55         They built a completely new computer that is no more interesting for
    56         our museum.</p>
     54        Diehl built the completely new computer "Alphatronic, DS 300, DS 400"
     55        that is no more interesting for our museum.</p>
    5756</div>
    5857
  • en/index.shtml

    r61 r81  
    3434    <!--changelog: Edit am 12.10.2008: aktualisierte "what's new" section (Als Gefuehl noch gefragt war...) -->
    3535    <!--changelog: Edit am 28.11.2008: aktualisierte "what's new" section (Die Revolution im Ingeneurbuero) -->
     36    <!--changelog: Edit am 10.01.2009: aktualisierte "what's new" section (60er Jahre: Analogrechner) -->
    3637</head>
    3738<body>
     
    114115        <div class="left">
    115116            <h2 class="center">What's new</h2>
    116             <p class="stand">(last update: November 2008)</p>
    117             <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/combitron.jpg" width="170" height="122"
     117            <p class="stand">(last update: January 2009)</p>
     118            <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/gte.jpg" height="199" width="180"
    118119                 class="nomargin-bottom"
    119                  alt="Combitron" />
     120                 alt="GTE Analog computer" />
    120121
    121             <p><b>1966: The revolution of engineering</b>
    122             <br/>This ist the first programmable desk calculator "Made in Germany".
    123              At these times it was too expensive to be used by ordinary employees
    124              &ndash; it was therefore secured in a display case.
    125              See our page
    126                <a class="go" href="/en/computer/programmable.shtm">Programmable second-generation calculators</a>.
     122            <p><b>1960s: Analog computers</b>
     123            <br/>In those days, when digital computers were too slowly...
     124            <br/>Analog computer from GTE. <a class="go" href="/en/computer/analog.shtm"
     125              >Analog and digital-analog computers</a>.
    127126             </p>
    128127        </div>
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