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Do the original buildings for the milestone still exist?

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The 20 inch Diameter Photomultiplier Tubes +Yes.
The Abacus +Yes
The Birthplace of Silicon Valley +Not presently, but the plan is to demolish the building, which has been severely altered from the original.
The First Optical Fiber Laser and Amplifier +Yes
The Floating Gate EEPROM, 1976-1978 +No
The High Definition Television System, 1964-1989 +No
The MU (Middle and Upper atmosphere) radar, 1984 +Yes
The first human rescue and life saving enabled by space technology +Yes
The first satellite broadcasting to the public +No
The world’s first low-loss optical fiber for telecommunications +Yes
Toshiba T1100, a pioneering contribution to the development of laptop PC, 1985 +Yes
Trans-Atlantic Telephone Fiber-optic Submarine Cable (TAT-8) - 1988 +YES, this building is operational and used as labs facility housing nearly 5000 employees.


Unidirectional Microphone +The original building location is not a secure option.


Virginia Smith HVDC Converter Station with Integrated AC Voltage Control Function +Yes, the Virginia Smith HVDC Converter Station near Sidney, NE is operational.


Weston Meters +I don't believe so although I am in the process of checking.
Whirlwind Computer +Yes
Wireless Transmission between Fixed Antenna and Moving Trains, 1913 +Yes
Worlds First Reliable High Voltage Power Fuse +Yes


Zenit three-coordinate L-band pulsed radar, 1938 +Yes
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