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In 1959, the Type 53/54B was renamed the Type B,  
 
In 1959, the Type 53/54B was renamed the Type B,  
and it was available through 1970, a seventeen-year run in all.
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and it was available through 1970.
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[[K]], [[L]], and [[T]] are tied for longest production life, at 16 years.
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[[B]], [[D]], and [[G]] are next at 15 years.
  
 
[[Lavoie Laboratories]] produced an unauthorized clone, the [[Lavoie LA-265-B]].
 
[[Lavoie Laboratories]] produced an unauthorized clone, the [[Lavoie LA-265-B]].

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Tektronix Type B
20 MHz amplifier plug-in
Tektronix Type B

Compatible with 500-series scopes

Produced from 1959 to 1971

Manuals
Manuals – Specifications – Links – Pictures

The Tektronix Type B is a plug-in for 500-series scopes.

It is identical to Type A, with the addition of a 10x-gain AC amplifier which can be switched in to extend the vertical sensitivity from 50 mV/div to 5 mV/div.

Like the Type A, the Type B has its roots in the 1954 introduction of the 531 and 535, as the Type 53B, with 10x-AC bandwidth of 2 Hz to 9 MHz.

In 1956, it was replaced by the Type 53/54B with DC-20 MHz or 2 Hz-12 MHz bandwidth in the 541 and 545.

In 1959, the Type 53/54B was renamed the Type B, and it was available through 1970.

K, L, and T are tied for longest production life, at 16 years. B, D, and G are next at 15 years.

Lavoie Laboratories produced an unauthorized clone, the Lavoie LA-265-B.

Specifications

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Pictures