Chuck Forsberg

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Charles Alton "Chuck" Forsberg (b. 1944-05-06 in Wilmette, Illinois, USA – d. 2015-09-24 in Portland, Oregon, USA) (→ WikiData)

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Forsberg obtained an M.S. degree in Electrical engineering from the University of Wisconsin in 1968. He joined Tektronix in 1968.

He is widely known for developing the popular serial file transmission protocols YMODEM and ZMODEM.

Forsberg founded Omen Technology in 1984.


Products by Chuck Forsberg

Model Class Description Designers Introduced
4010 Terminal Graphics terminal Chuck Forsberg 1971
4014 Terminal Graphics terminal Chuck Forsberg 1974

Components by Chuck Forsberg

Patents by Charles A Forsberg

Page Office Number Title Inventors Company Filing date Grant date
Patent US 3579224A US 3579224A Character generator apparatus John R Griffin Charles A Forsberg Tektronix Inc 1968-12-09 1971-05-18
Patent US 3739347A US 3739347A Cursor for use in performing graphic input in a display Charles A Forsberg Tektronix Inc 1970-03-20 1973-06-12