Collins Signal Spring 1966


Front Cover: Cover shows close-up of probe testing machine (left) used to check a Collins thin-film multi-chip microcircuit. See story beginning page 14.

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Collins Signal was founded in 1933, is published by the Public Relations Department of Collins Radio Company. Issues released in the 1960s and 70s were edited by Ben Stearns, the author of Arthur Collins Radio Wizard. These copies of the Signal came from the Rockwell Collins Technical Library when the library was eliminated. This issue contains the following articles:

  • The Systems Approach
  • West Point
  • Pole-Cat Hustles Around
  • The World
  • New High-Wire Act
  • Microelectronics Today
  • KWM-2 System Meets Urgent Army Needs
  • Jet Commander Okayed for CAT II
  • Breakthrough
  • Teen-Aged Explorers
  • Reliability Costs
  • Florida Boosts Engineering Education

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Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 in


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