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July 1954 Radio & Television News Article

July 1954 Radio & Television News
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Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Radio & Television News, published 1919-1959. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.

According to the Wikipedia entry, Cannon Electric Company introduced the now-familiar D-Sub (D-subminiature) connector format in 1952. This advertisement in a 1954 issue of Radio & Television News magazine is the first one I recall seeing. D-Sub connectors were a really big deal back in the 1980s when personal computers (PCs) first appeared. CRT monitors used them, printers used them, scanners used them, network interfaces used them, mice and keyboards used them (those that didn't use PS/2 connectors, which were an invention of IBM for their Personal System 2 computers). Nowadays the USB (Universal Serial Bus) and HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface ) connectors have replaced most D-Subs in the computer cable realm. Of course with everything going wireless, connectors and cables of all sorts are rapidly disappearing except those used for charging - and wireless charging stations are obsoleting them as well. The Cannon Type U round DIN types bore a resemblance to PS/2, or maybe vise-versa.

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Representatives and Cannon distributors in all principal cities.

Since 1915

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