|Name:||Measurements Corporation, Boonton NJ (USA)|
Measurements Corporation, Boonton NJ, built a precision line of laboratory standards designed for radio, television and many other branches of the electronic industry.
First news of Measurements Corporation, Boonton NJ, date back to 1940. President was Harry W. Houck, who had worked with Capt. Edwin H. Armstrong during the World War I and later to the first superheterodyne sets. In few years Measurements become one of the outstanding developers and manufacturers of a precision line of laboratory standards designed for radio, television and many other branches of the electronic industry. In July 1953 Measurements was purchased by Thomas A. Edison Incorporated of West Orange, New Jersey.
This manufacturer was suggested by Emilio Ciardiello.
|USA||56||Standard FM Signal Generator 210B||5654||Frequency range: 148 MHz to 179 MHz Output level: 0,1µV to 100 mV FM modulation...|
|USA||39||Pulse Generator 79-B||6C5||Pulse generator capable of generating pulses with a width of less than 0.5 microseconds to...|
|USA||56||Standard FM Signal Generator 210A||We have not yet the data.|
|USA||57||Square Wave Generator 72||5 Hz to 5 MHz in 18 steps. 20 ns risetime.|
|USA||47–55||Megacycle Meter 59 (grid dip)||955||The model 59 was a grid dip meter covering from 2.2 to 400 MHz. The equipment included one...|
|USA||56||Crystal Calibrator 111-B||12AX7||Calibrator with three crystal controlled oscillators, 0.1, 1 and 10 MHz. Generates harm...|
|USA||56||Crystal Calibrator 111||This calibrator included three crystal controlled oscillators, 0.25, 1 and 10 MHz, to gene...|
|USA||56||Intermodulation Meter 31||This equipment included two generators, 60 and 3000 Hz, plus the analyzer voltmeter.|
|USA||56||Television Generator 90||This equipment generated TV signals. Output frequency from 20 to 250 MHz in eight ranges. ...|
|USA||56||UHF Megacycle Meter 59-UHF||The model 59 UHF was a UHF grid dip meter, covering from 430 to 940 MHz in a single band. ...|
|USA||56||Peak-to-peak Voltmeter 67||This AC voltmeter measured peak to peak values from 0.5 mV to 300 V over five ranges.|
|USA||56||Field Strength Meter 58||This 'portable' instrument measured signal to noise ratio, noise levels and field strenght...|