Chester Norman Winningstad (b. November 5, 1925 in Berkeley, CA – d. November 24, 2010 in Newport, OR) (→ WikiData) was an electrical engineer who joined Tektronix in 1958.
He managed the first non-oscilloscope business at Tektronix, the Information Display Division (IDD), from 1965.
He left in 1970 to found Floating Point Systems, and later co-founded Lattice Semiconductor.
Products by Norm Winningstad
|N||Plug-in||Sampling system plug-in||Norm Winningstad||1960|
|611||Oscilloscope||11" CRT storage monitor||Norm Winningstad • Dan Denham • Carlo Infante • Stu McNaughton • Walt Lowy • Leo Heineck||1967|
Components by Norm Winningstad
Patents by Norm Winningstad
|Page||Office||Number||Title||Inventors||Company||Filing date||Grant date|
|Patent US 3105945A||US||3105945A||Signal energy take off device||Sam McCutcheon • Norm Winningstad • Cliff Moulton||Tektronix Inc||1960-11-07||1963-10-01|
|Patent US 3181086A||US||3181086A||Electrical switch with the outer conductors of coaxial leads connected to spaced shield plates||Sam McCutcheon • Norm Winningstad||Tektronix Inc||1961-06-12||1965-04-27|
|Patent US 3248655A||US||3248655A||Ratchet memory circuit and sampling system employing such circuit||John Kobbe • Cliff Moulton • John V Rogers • Norm Winningstad||Tektronix Inc||1962-05-07||1966-04-26|
|Patent US 3317830A||US||3317830A||Response normalizer delay line input for direct sampling probe||Norm Winningstad||Tektronix Inc||1963-03-20||1967-05-02|
|Patent US 3430093A||US||3430093A||Method of write-through operation of direct viewing bistable storage tube to produce nonstored image of high brightness during shortage of another image||Norm Winningstad||Tektronix Inc||1967-10-16||1969-02-25|