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Firing tables, planetary, and satellite orbits, nuclear weapons, and energy work, tide tables surprisingly complex and more were set up and solved using all-analog computers. Analog computers were also used as simulators to train pilots with humans providing the input stimulus and the computer reacting as the aircraft would function.

A: Typically, banks of single-function analog blocks were set in a single chassis, and they were then wired with patch cords to represent the flow of the signal, Figure 2. Fig 2: The Dornier do80 was a sophisticated desktop analog computer. Image source: The Analog Computer Museum.

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Each block usually had adjustments knobs for gain, offset, integration time, and some other settings, often using precision turn potentiometers. The output could be a simple voltage level, displayed an analog meter readout, or even a line on a CRT display, all done in real time.

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A: The earliest ones used vacuum tubes, Figure 3 , so they were large a single functional module might be the 4 inches long, 3 inches deep, and 2 inches thick and ran hot, with bandwidth on the order of 10 to kHz. Fig 3: The Philbrick K2-W tube-based op amp from was the key building block of many analog computing functions, some of which were called out on its data sheet. The analog bandwidth is not directly comparable to the clock rate of a digital system, and in the earliest digital computers, it took many internal clock pulses to perform a calculation shifts, adds, and so on.

As soon as solid-state op amps using discrete transistors became available, they were used in op amps which replaced the tube models, and they were replaced by IC-based op amps. Fig 4: As soon as semiconductors became available for analog circuits, vendors of tube-based designs migrated to modules based on the new technology. Image source: George A.

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