HP Archive – This site is run by Glenn Robb, an Electrical Engineer and HP aficionado. It’s goal is to help others collect, preserve and enjoy vintage HP equipment and literature.
“This web site is devoted to the history of test equipment produced by the Hewlett-Packard Company which is now known as Agilent Technologies. I own a huge collection of vintage Hewlett-Packard test equipment, catalogs, equipment manuals, and Hewlett-Packard Journals” – Kenneth A. Kuhn.
HP’s Instrumentation and Technologies Division became Agilent, Recently Keysight a new firm sprang from Agilent as the Heir to the Scopes, Meters, Oscillators and Counters. So in this blog we are relating to Keysight as the continuation of the old HP tradition of Test and Measurement.
(The present hp is a computer company and agilent a health care firm)
Their first business location in the Santa Clara Valley is the now iconic garage located at 367 Addison Avenue in Palo Alto. Here they manufacture the company’s first product, the 200A Audio Oscillator. Disney Studios becomes interested in the 200A and orders eight to be used in the production of their movie, Fantasia.
“As the company moves into this decade it undergoes a major transformation. In 2013 Agilent Technologies announces that it will split into two separate pure-play measurement companies. The name of the new electronic measurement company is announced later in the year as Keysight Technologies.”
The HP Garage is a private museum where the company Hewlett-Packard (HP) was founded. It is located at 367 Addison Avenue in Palo Alto, California. It is considered to be the “Birthplace of Silicon Valley”
HP Memory Project – Vintage Hewlett Packard
“The HP Memory Project is, first of all, a collection of vintage Hewlett-Packard hardware, software, documentation and other technical and marketing materials from HP’s early years in the instrumentation and computer industry (beginning in 1939).