Luis Navarro

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Luis J. Navarro (b. Cuba – ?)

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From Tekscope May 1972:

Luis Navarro began his career at Tektronix in June 1966 after receiving his BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Nebraska. His early work was in the advanced circuit design group to develop ideas for use in various TEKTRONIX instruments.

Prior to the 7704A, Luis worked on the design of the high-frequency counter IC used in the TEKTRONIX 7014 525 MHz Digital Counter.

A native of Cuba, Luis enjoys traveling with his wife and two children and taking movies.

Products

  • Key electrical design of 7704A
  • Key designer of P7001 digitizer
  • ...

Products by Luis Navarro

Model Class Description Designers Introduced
465 Oscilloscope 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
7704A Oscilloscope 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
475 Oscilloscope 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
P7001 Oscilloscope Digitizer for the 7704A oscilloscope Hiro Moriyasu Luis Navarro 1973

Components by Luis Navarro

Model Class Description Designers Used in
155-0046-00 Monolithic integrated circuit high-speed divider Luis Navarro 7D14

Patents by Luis Navarro

Page Office Number Title Inventors Company Filing date Grant date
Patent CA 1018684A CA 1018684A Oscilloscope sampling system Luis Navarro Wim Velsink Jack A. Gilmore Hiro Moriyasu Luis Navarro, Wim Velsink, Tektronix, Jack A. Gilmore, Hiro Moriyasu 1973-01-08 1976-06-04
Patent CA 1032281A CA 1032281A Oscilloscope system for acquiring, processing, and displaying information Luis Navarro Hiro Moriyasu Wim Velsink Jack A. Gilmore Tektronix 1973-01-08 1974-01-07
Patent US 4225940A US 4225940A Oscilloscope system for acquiring, processing, and displaying information Hiro Moriyasu Jack A. Gilmore Wim Velsink Luis Navarro Tektronix Inc 1978-10-02 1978-10-02
Patent US 4271486A US 4271486A Waveform storage system Thomas P. Dagostino Luis Navarro Tektronix Inc 1979-07-30 1981-06-02
Patent US 4263593A US 4263593A Display interpolator employing a transversal filter for a digital oscilloscope Thomas P. Dagostino Bruce E. Miller Luis Navarro Tektronix Inc 1979-08-20 1981-04-21
Patent US 4251754A US 4251754A Digital oscilloscope with reduced jitter due to sample uncertainty Luis Navarro Thomas P. Dagostino Tektronix Inc 1979-09-04 1981-02-17
Patent US 4536760A US 4536760A Signal-envelope display system for a digital oscilloscope Luis Navarro Joseph R. Peter Bruce W. Blair Tektronix Inc 1982-10-15 1985-08-20
Patent US 4562363A US 4562363A Method for using a charge coupled device as a peak detector Roydn Jones Thomas P. Dagostino Luis Navarro Tektronix Inc 1982-11-29 1985-12-31


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