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October 18, 1965 Electronics Magazine Article

October 18, 1965 Electronics

October 18, 1965 Electronics Cover - RF Cafe[Table of Contents]

Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Electronics, published 1930 - 1988. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.

Erie Resistor Corporation Building in Erie, Pennsylvania - RF CafeErie Technological Products, located in my adopted hometown of Erie, Pennsylvania, was a re-branding of Erie Resistor Company as the concern had begun manufacturing a wide variety of discrete electronic devices - resistors, capacitors, feed-through filters, silicon rectifiers. The Erie Resistor complex on 12th Street in Erie occupies a huge amount of real estate on both sides of the road. The overhead foot bridge can be seen in this photo. The buildings have long been vacated and stand with many others as reminders of the thriving manufacturing center that Erie once was. We still have a good bit of manufacturing here, but nothing like back in the hey days of the last century.

See also the Erie Resistor Corporation advertisement in the January 1952 issue of Radio & Television News and the December 1958 Popular Electronics, and Erie Technological Products in the October 18, 1965 issue of Electronics magazine.

Erie Technological Products Advertisement

Erie Technological Products, October 18, 1965 Electronics Magazine - RF CafeSubminiature

Monobloc

Ceramic Capacitors

High capacitance to volume ratio. Hermetically sealed in glass; precision molded; and phenolic dipped types. "

Miniature

Hermetically Sealed

Button Mica Capacitors

For -55°C, to +200°C. applications.

Subminiature

Broad Band

R. F. I. Filters

Eliminate RF noise in 10KC to 10KMC frequency range.

High Reliability

Tubular and Disc

Ceramic Capacitors

General Purpose; Temperature Compensating; and High Stability types.

Miniature

Ceramic and Glass Trimmers

Precision trimmers with capacitance and terminal arrangements to suit need.

Miniature

Film Capacitors

Designed for filter, bypass, coupling and blocking applications.

Subminiature

Diffused Silicon Rectifiers

High forward conductance, low-leakage currents and reliable performance.

Miniature

Bypass Capacitor Systems

For Transmitting Tubes

Effective capacitive bypassing and coupling or filtering of all signals in 10 to 3000 megacycle range and beyond.

Subminiature

Integrated Networks

Compact modules of resistor-capacitor networks with 2, 4, 6 or 8 leads... with or without semiconductor elements.

Erie's Project "Active"

Advanced Components through Increase Volumetric Efficiency

The term "Active" in the Erie organization identifies a total program encompassing the research, development and production of Advanced Components Through Increased Volumetric Efficiency for aerospace, military and commercial equipment.

Project "Active" now brings to electronics and avionics a series of high performance, subminiature components designed for applications where every cubic inch of space and every ounce of weight is critical to successful equipment performance.

These Erie components have been and are being designed into the circuitry of such demanding systems as Gemini, Apollo, Minuteman, Nike X, Telstar, Polaris... commercial computers, oscilloscopes... and many other applications where size, weight and dependable performance are vital. While the advanced products illustrated at left are in quantity production, a number of components are still in the concept stage, while others are at final evaluation ready for production.

Consider the problem-solving advantages Erie Active components can offer you in your quest for reliable, subminiature components. We suggest Erie as your quality source. A collect call or letter to your nearby representative... or to Erie headquarters is all that is needed as the "first step."

Erie Technological Products, Inc.

Formerly Erie Resistor Corporation

644 West 12th Street

Erie, Pennsylvania

 

 

Posted October 25, 2018

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