List of electrical engineers

This is a list of electrical engineers, people who have made notable contributions to electrical engineering or computer engineering.
James Edward Henry Gordon
James Edward Henry Gordon was a British electrical engineer, the son of James Alexander Gordon (1793-1872). He took his B.A. at Caius College, Cambridge in 1876
Lucien Gaulard
Lucien Gaulard invented devices for the transmission of alternating current electrical energy
List of solar engines
Solar engines include:Crookes radiometer, a light mill composed of an airtight glass bulb containing a partial vacuum. Solar engine, a circuit which stores energy from solar cells in a capacitor and releases it in pulses to animate toys. Stirling engine
Biconical antenna
In radio systems, a biconical antenna is a broad-bandwidth antenna made of two roughly conical conductive objects, nearly touching at their points
Timeline of states of matter and phase transitions
Tandy 1400LT
The Tandy 1400LT is the first MS-DOS compatible laptop sold by Tandy Corporation. Introduced in November 1987, it had two 3.5 inch floppy drives and a flip-up monochrome LCD screen, powered by an internal battery
Q multiplier
In electronics, a Q multiplier is a circuit added to a radio receiver to improve its selectivity and sensitivity. It is a regenerative amplifier adjusted to provide positive feedback within the receiver. This has the effect of narrowing the receiver's
Marianne Laqueur
Marianne Laqueur was a German Jewish refugee to Turkey, a computer scientist and local politician
Sitter (BEAM)
In BEAM robotics, a sitter is a type of robot that does not move. Such robots have no self-contained means of transportation and are non-mobile. Instead of moving, sitters are usually designed to power lights in some sort of pattern. Most sitters are
Gunnar Karlsson
Gunnar Karlsson was an Icelandic historian. Gunnar shaped methodological teaching at the University of Iceland when he started working there in the seventies and wrote a number of textbooks in history for all school levels as well as other publications