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Did this analogue computer from 1960 really have Internet?

No, this has nothing to do with any networks; the "INT" stands for "integrator." That panel and the adjacent one to the right are the interface to an integrator/memory module: Integrators in analogue ...
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Source For V2/A4 Missile Analog Guidance Computer Schematic?

I've extracted a reasonably complete description and schematic from the document Das Gerät A4 Baureihe B Gerätbeschreibung (The A4 Device Series B Device Description) published by the Oberkommando des ...
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Does anyone remember analog computers in the early 70s?

Yes. Not only do I remember analogue computers, but I have used one. My Leeds University computer science course in the mid-1970s had an analogue computer programming module. The computer was 2 or 3 ...
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Does anyone remember analog computers in the early 70s?

I'm a few years younger than you (I was 13 in 1972), but I remember them. My college roommate had an old (and very crusty) Heathkit ES-400 analog computer in his family's barn back home. I don't think ...
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Does anyone remember analog computers in the early 70s?

Original analogue computing was the only way to solve complex math. Already 100+ years ago major ports had huge analogue computers to calculate tide tables. It wasn't until the late 1960s /early 70s ...
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Does anyone remember analog computers in the early 70s?

I haven't seen one ever, but we did still study them in school, in the last year of my electronics bachelor degree, which was 1988-1989. This was in the course "Operational Amplifiers". ...
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