A qtourq of the Motorola Museum of Electronics, this publication is both entertaining and informative. Highlights of the museum's collection are beautifully reproduced here, including photographs of employees and products, as well as vintage advertisements. Accompanying text skillfully tells the Motorola story and how it fits into the larger context. You will learn that the Handi-Talkie radio was a critical tool in the Allied effort during W.W. II, and that the company's production of transistors in the mid-50s helped usher in the electronic age. This book, which is used in the Motorola History and Culture class, is not only a corporate history, but also a nostalgic stroll down memory lane.A Journey Through Time and Technology Motorola Museum of Electronics. recovered and by ... Diagram from the companya#39;s first installation manual, roduced in 1931, showing where the radio components were mounted. ... Even so, reception was often unsatisfactory due to cal problems, as well as road and engine noises.
|Author||:||Motorola Museum of Electronics|
|Publisher||:||Purdue University Press - 1994|