Wendell William Damm (b. 29 October 1945 – d. 17 November 2021 in Portland, Oregon) attended high school in Chadron, Nebraska.
After graduating from the University of Nebraska with a degree in electrical engineering he was hired by Tektronix, where his career spanned 35 years.
Later in life Wendell enjoyed travel, music, and woodworking, was a private pilot, enjoyed competitive target shooting, and was an award-winning amateur photographer.
Documents Authored by Wendell Damm
- Oscilloscope Connectivity Made Easy - Using Popular Software to Analyze Oscilloscope Data. Tektronix, 2000.
Products by Wendell Damm
|213||Oscilloscope||Miniature portable 1 MHz oscilloscope and TRMS digital multimeter||Dave Allen • Gordon Meigs • John Pace • Jim Knowlton • Wendell Damm||1975|
|P6451||Probe||8+1-channel logic analyzer probe||Wendell Damm||1977|
Components by Wendell Damm
Patents by Wendell W. Damm
|Page||Office||Number||Title||Inventors||Company||Filing date||Grant date|
|Patent US 4163950A||US||4163950A||Isolating differential amplifier||Wendell W. Damm • Choong R. Kim||Tektronix Inc||1978-03-01||1979-08-07|
|Patent US 4860291A||US||4860291A||Test vector definition system employing template concept||Wendell W. Damm • Keith Taylor • Ira Pollock • Pedro Max Janowitz||Tektronix Inc||1987-12-28||1989-08-22|