Bob Shand

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Robert Alexander Shand (? – d. 2001) was a mechanical engineer who joined Tektronix in 1961.

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From Tekscope May 1972:

Since Bob Shand started with Tek 10 years ago, he has devoted his efforts to mechanical design. Among the TEKTRONIX products that he has helped to design are the R7704, 7403N, 540B and 560B Series, 549, 601, 602, and 410.

Bob is a native of the Northwest. His hours away from work are spent in family activities with his wife and four children. He is also an avid bridge player and enjoys singing.

Documents Authored by Bob Shand

Document Page Class Title Author(s) Year Refers to
Tekscope 1972 V4 N3 May 1972.pdf 6 Article The 7704A – Extended Performance Plus Modularity Luis Navarro Bob Shand 1972 7704A

Products by Bob Shand

Manufacturer Model Description Designers Introduced
Tektronix 545 30 (33) MHz oscilloscope John Gates Dave Barton Bob Shand 1955
Tektronix 543 30 MHz oscilloscope Bob Shand 1958
Tektronix 561 10(4) MHz "General Purpose Scope" Bob Shand 1961
Tektronix 564 Split-Screen Storage Scope Bob Shand 1962
Tektronix 561A 10(4) MHz "General Purpose Scope" Bob Shand 1962
Tektronix 545B 30 (33) MHz oscilloscope John Gates Dave Barton Bob Shand 1964
Tektronix 543B 30 MHz oscilloscope Bob Shand 1964
Tektronix 549 30 MHz storage oscilloscope Mel Holznagel Bob Shand 1965
Tektronix 410 Physiological monitor Bob Shand 1967
Tektronix 7704 150 MHz non-storage mainframe Gene Andrews Bob Shand 1969
Tektronix 564B Split-screen storage scope Bob Shand 1969
Tektronix 601 X-Y Storage Display Bob Shand 1969
Tektronix 561B 10(4) MHz "General Purpose Scope" Bob Shand 1969
Tektronix 602 X-Y Display Bob Shand 1969
Tektronix 7403N 65 MHz non-storage mainframe Phil Crosby Bob Shand 1970
Tektronix 7704A 200 MHz non-storage mainframe Luis Navarro Bob Shand Bill Lukens Jim Cavoretto Bill Markwart Dave Hoskins Bill Gordon Phil Lloyd Dick Swanson Larry Pearson 1972
Tektronix 475 Portable 200 MHz dual-trace scope Leon Orchard Luis Navarro Bob Shand Jim Hinze Jim Godwin Les Larson Steve Tosh Jim Woo Ken Holland Bill Mark George Ermini Dennis Braatz 1972
Tektronix 465 Portable 100 MHz dual-trace scope Leon Orchard Luis Navarro Bob Shand Jim Hinze Frank Dewater Pete Janowitz Dave Laib Al Schamel Bert tenKate Ken Holland Bill Mark George Ermini Dennis Braatz 1972
Tektronix P7001 Digitizer for the 7704A oscilloscope Hiro Moriyasu Luis Navarro Bruce Hamilton Jack Gilmore Bob Shand Bruce Hamilton Jack Robinson Bill Lucas Jack Grimes Dennis Keldsen Mohamed Saba Dick Beatty Wayne Eshelman George Rhine Bill Markwart Marlow Butler Carl Dalby Colin Doward Gale Byers 1973
Tektronix 475A Portable 250 MHz dual-trace scope Leon Orchard Luis Navarro Bob Shand Jim Hinze Jim Godwin Les Larson Steve Tosh Jim Woo Ken Holland Bill Mark George Ermini Dennis Braatz 1977

Components by Bob Shand

Patents by Bob Shand