Aris Silzars

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Aris K. Silzars (? in Riga, Latvia – ?) worked on design of high speed deflection structure for 7104 and other CRT developments.

He holds a Master's degree in Physics and a PhD in Electrical Engineering (1969). Previously worked at Watkins-Johnson. Now lives in Seattle area. Has a spectacular home laboratory in his home which includes two electron microscopes (that Dennis Tillman and he were able to resurrect.)

Products by Aris Silzars

Model Class Description Designers Introduced
7104 Oscilloscope 1 GHz mainframe with MCP CRT Val Garuts Gene Andrews Hans Springer John Addis Wink Gross Art Metz Aris Silzars Conrad Odenthal Dave Morgan 1978
R7103 Oscilloscope 1 GHz non-storage mainframe Val Garuts Gene Andrews Hans Springer John Addis Wink Gross Art Metz Aris Silzars Conrad Odenthal Dave Morgan 1985

Components by Aris Silzars

Model Class Description Designers Used in
T7100 CRT micro-channel plate CRT Dennis Hall Aris Silzars Conrad Odenthal 7104 R7103

Patents by Aris Silzars

Page Office Number Title Inventors Company Filing date Grant date
Patent US 4110749A US 4110749A Touch display to digital encoding system Bozidar Janko Aris Silzars Tektronix Inc 1977-05-06 1978-08-29
Patent US 4207492A US 4207492A Slow-wave high frequency deflection structure William H. Tomison Bozidar Janko Myron A. Bostwick Jr. Aris Silzars Tektronix Inc 1978-08-07 1980-06-10

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