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Sharp 14-inch thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display (TFT-LCD) for TV, which has ushered in TFT LCD industry +Public visitors have to go through security, have to wear ID cards in the museum. Appointment has to be made to visit the site. The appointment contact: +81-743-65-0011
Sonar, 100th birthday of Paul Langevin Invention 1917-2017 +All visitors have access to Entrance Hall of the Langevin Institute
Special Citation Computer History Museum +The plaque is secured by wall mount. The lobby is a public area which can be entered free of charge. The building is secure.


TIROS 1 +For public access the plaques are displayed on the exterior of the Sarnoff Corp (Formerly RCA Labs) building headquarters main entrance under a three story roof, and on marble surfaces. The work cited in this nomination was performed in several RCA facilities, RCA Labs, RCA Camden and RCA Astro. The building for the mounting of the RCA Plaque is the former RCA Labs and it currently or actually exists. (See photo attached.)
TPC-1 System +[1] The plaque site is within KDDI Headquarter, and is under the propoer security control. The visitors can access with prior appointment to KDDI (International Network Department, +81 3 6678 0800). [2] The plaque is within HT Headquarter, and is under the proper security control. The visitors can access at the normal business hour.
The 20 inch Diameter Photomultiplier Tubes +The factory is surrounded by a fence, but the front gate is kept open during the daytime. Visitors can go to the plaque site without going through the security during the daytime.
The Abacus +The plaque will be very near the front door of ICT building, and there are 24-hour security guards. Anybody could visit the plaque at anytime without the need to make an appointment.
The Birthplace of Silicon Valley +The monument area is very close to the street and will be maintained by the site owners and the City of Mtn. View
The First Breaking of Enigma Code by the Team of Polish Cipher Bureau, 1932-39 +The plaque site is publicly accessible at one of the busy streets of Warsaw downtown area, with high concentration of academics and tourists
The First Optical Fiber Laser and Amplifier +The site is open to the public.
The Floating Gate EEPROM, 1976-1978 +The Visitors' Lobby has direct public access, and the building is locked during non-business hours.
The High Definition Television System, 1964-1989 +The plaque will be permanently embedded in a block of marble placed near the entrance of the building of the laboratories. The NHK STRL is guarded by security personnel at the gate of the laboratories’ property and at the entrance of the building. A security camera monitors the plaque and the entrance at all times and the gate is securely locked during the evening. The plaque site is open to the public and visitors will be able to walk by the plaque which will be on open display.
The MU (Middle and Upper atmosphere) radar, 1984 +The plaque will be placed near the reception area at the floor entrance hall of Shigaraki MU Observatory. The observatory welcomes any visitors. Prior notification is required before a visit. The contact information the visitor will need is as follows. Shigaraki MU Observatory Tel +81-748-82-3211, Fax +81-748-82-3217
The first human rescue and life saving enabled by space technology +TBD
The first satellite broadcasting to the public +The building of the laboratories is guarded by security personnel at the entrance of the laboratories lot and at the entrance of the building. The entrance lobby of the building is open to the public so that visitors can see the display about broadcast technologies.
The world’s first low-loss optical fiber for telecommunications +The area is secured by a gate. Corning Security will raise the gate for visitors wishing to park and view the plaque.
Toshiba T1100, a pioneering contribution to the development of laptop PC, 1985 +As Ome Complex is one of Toshiba’s facilities, it has enough secure gates. But it has a museum area in the building, and people are allowed to go into the building can access the museum area. Already IEEE Milestone Award “The First Word Processor for The Japanese Language, 1971-1978” is displayed at Ome Complex.
Trans-Atlantic Telephone Fiber-optic Submarine Cable (TAT-8) - 1988 +The site is within the security perimeter of AT&T.


Unidirectional Microphone +The building is secure at all times. Visitors can simply enter the lobby entrance to view both the plaque and Shure's display of historical microphones and documents. Additional access to the building would need to be arranged with Shure.


Virginia Smith HVDC Converter Station with Integrated AC Voltage Control Function +WAPA's atrium, where the plaque will be hung, is open to the public during normal business hours (Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4.00 PM). This area is also protected by guards during these hours and monitored 24/7 by security cameras.


Whirlwind Computer +The original building where Whirlwind was housed is located at 211 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. The plaque would be readily visible to pedestrians walking on the public sidewalk along this major street in Cambridge.
Wireless Transmission between Fixed Antenna and Moving Trains, 1913 +The tower is accessible off the sidewalk
Worlds First Reliable High Voltage Power Fuse +The entrance to S&C’s facility is accessible via sidewalks to the surrounding neighborhood, which is a largely residential area. S&C Electric Company’s security staff is on-site 24 hours a day, and keeps watch over the entrance area where the plaque will be installed.


Zenit three-coordinate L-band pulsed radar, 1938 +As the plaque is supposed to be placed on the outer wall, the plaque will be accessible for all visitors and public.
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