Merrill Brooksby

Merrill Brooksby joined HP in 1959, going right to work on Frequency and Time Instruments where he has been ever since. He first worked on the Model 5275A 100MHz Time Interval Counter, then several of the 5245A Counter plug-ins, and, recently, the 5360A Computing Counter.

Merrill was one of the early progenitors of IC's at HP and helped in outfitting HP's

Engineering Section Manager of high-frequency counter development at HP's Santa Clara Division.

Merrill earned his BSEE degree at Brigham Young University, over a protracted period that included interruptions for military service and for church missionary service, and an MSEE degree from Stanford University (1962). He has held a private pilot's license for 20 years.

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