Steve Morton

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Steven R. Morton (? – ?) .

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From Tekscope 1977 V9 N3:

Steve Morton has worked on the 7L5, 7L12, and 7L18 programs.

He earned his B.S.E.E. '70 at Oregon State and M.S.E.E. [78?] at the University of Portland.

Patents by Steven R. Morton

Page Office Number Title Inventors Company Filing date Grant date
Patent US 4410879A US 4410879A High resolution digital-to-analog converter Linley Gumm Steven R. Morton Tektronix Inc 1980-10-31 1983-10-18
Patent US 4870348A US 4870348A Markers for readout and delta-parameter measurements on a quasi-3-dimensional display of a spectrum Michael D. Smith Stuart H. Rowan Robert S. Vistica Steven R. Morton Tektronix Inc 1988-06-09 1989-09-26
Patent US 5103402A US 5103402A Method and apparatus for identifying, saving, and analyzing continuous frequency domain data in a spectrum analyzer Steven R. Morton John C. Domogalla Tektronix Inc 1988-07-05 1992-04-07

Products by Steve Morton

Manufacturer Model Description Designers Introduced
Tektronix 7L12 1.8 GHz Spectrum Analyzer Morris Engelson Linley Gumm Gene Kauffman Larry Lockwood Gordon Long Steve Morton Paul Parks Fred Telewski Neal Broadbent Jack Doyle Al Huegli Steve Skidmore Leighton Whitsett Judy Hanson Robert Holmes Carolyn Moore Rena Randle 1971
Tektronix 7L5 5 MHz Spectrum Analyzer Fendall Winston Craig Bryant Steve Morton Bill Benedict Don Kirkpatrick Steve Skidmore Carlos Beeck Morris Engelson 1976
Tektronix 7L18 18 (60) GHz Spectrum Analyzer Linley Gumm Bob Bales Russell Brown George Maney Carlos Beeck James Wolf Dave Shores Philip Snow Wesley Hayward Jack Reynolds Steve Morton Don Kirkpatrick Dennis Smith Al Huegli 1978
Tektronix 492 21 GHz Spectrum Analyzer Larry Lockwood Steve Morton Linley Gumm Robert Alm Bob Bales Carlos Beeck Bill Benedict Craig Bryant Russell Brown Wes Hayward David Leatherwood Gordon Long Dave Morton Bill Peterson David Shores Steve Skidmore Dennis Smith Phil Snow Leighton Whitset Norman Witt 1980

Components by Steve Morton