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DISCOVERY OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY 1911 +The Kamerlingh Onnes Building is a university building and therefore students of the university and visitors will have free access to the site where the Milestone Plaque(s) will be mounted, subject to the usual regulations on access to university buildings including the Kamerlingh Onnes Building. (For example, the building may be locked outside of usual university hours and certain lecture and class rooms may be locked when these rooms are not in use. The latter restriction will not impact on access to the Milestone Plaques.)
Dadda's Multiplier +the plaque is inside the building in the main hall, monitored by the receptionist during opening hours and protected by alarm when the building is closed. the plaque will be located in a place freely accessible to the public during the opening hours of the building (typically 8am-8pm).
Development of the Erbium-Doped Optical Fiber Amplifier +This location is accessible to the public, 24/7


Eel River Back-to-Back High Voltage Direct Current Converter Station, 1972 +Original buildings are in existence, inside a High Voltage Transmission Terminal yard. More exposure to the plaque would be possible at the nearby Dalhousie Generating Station. The Eel River HVDC facility is a secured operational facility unavailable to the public. Dalhousie Generating Station, which is located nearby and has an office area and a large vestibule, accessible to the public.
Emergency Warning Code Signal Broadcasting System +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 lobby is open to the public and visitors will be able to walk by the plaque which will be on open display.
Enrico Fermi's major contribution to semiconductor statistics, Florence, Italy, 1926 +The School of Engineering is open to the public. The building has security personnel and alarms when it is closed.


First 500 MeV proton beam from the worlds largest cyclotron +TRIUMF Laboratory, 4004 Wesbrook Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 2A3 Lat  49.2474,  Lon -123.229544 The plaque will be installed on a wall outside the cyclotron main control room near the site dedication plaque. TRIUMF conducts frequent public tours for students and the public.  All tours include a stop at this location.
First Blind Flight: A Joint IEEE-AIAA Milestone Proposal +The plaque will be located inside the museum. The museum is protected by security personnel during visitor hours when it is open and by an alarm system when it is closed. The museum is open daily during the summer and from Tuesday to Sunday the rest of the year.
First Digitally Processed Image from a Spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radar +The plaque will be located in the lobby, which is outside the secure area of the building. All visitors to MDA will be able to view the plaque alongside other historical exhibits including a scale model of the Prince Albert Earth Station, the Canadarm, etc.
First Industrial Scale Nuclear Reactor +B Reactor is situated on the US DOE Hanford Nuclear Reservation. Currently, it is physically protected by DOE security forces and accessible to the public by pre-arranged tours or by special appointment. The rector building is listed as a US National Historic Landmark.
First Integrated PWM Controller for Switching Power Supplies +The building is one of many at TI’s North Campus in Dallas, Texas, which is guarded electronically and by booths staffed with security personnel. The public can enter the campus after showing personal identification.
First Millimeter-wave Communication Experiments by J.C. Bose, 1894-96 +Both are Government Academic and ResearchInstitutions. In the Bose Institute all his works are preserved.
First Optical Fiber Laser and Amplifier +The site is open to the public.
First Practical Field Emission Electron Microscope, 1972-1984 +The sites are guarded by security officers at the entrance of the sites. The entrance lobby of the building is open to visitors by registering at the security gate.
First Practical Photovoltaic Solar Cell +The Hall of Innovation is accessible to the public via the lobby in Building 6.
First RISC Microprocessor +Soda Hall is open to the public 8-6 5 days per week, excepting holidays. Building security is provided by the University of California Police.
First Radio Astronomical Observations Using VLBI, 1967 +The site is accessible to the public seven days a week from Easter to Thanksgiving and five days a week through the winter. When staff are not present, the DRAO site is secured by electronically operated access gates and a security system. Observatory scientists typically give tours to 1000 school students throughout the year. A professional guide typically gives weekend tours to 5000 visitors per year. Casual self-guided visitors to the site typically number 5000 each year. The Observatory holds an Open House every September that typically attracts over 1000 visitors each year.
First Real-Time Speech Communication on Packet Networks +MIT Lincoln Laboratory is a secure facility. The main entrance and lobby area is open to the public, and the Laboratory often opens its auditorium to outside events including Boston Section IEEE meetings, IEEE Life Fellow meetings, Science on Saturdays for K-12, and concerts. (Note: The Lincoln Laboratory auditorium hosts many IEEE meetings, and would be the site for a m ilestone ceremony should this proposal be accepted).
First Technical Meeting of AIEE 1884 +The Franklin Institute is open to the public. The building has security personnel and alarms when it is closed.
First generation and experimental proof of electromagnetic waves 1886-1888. +The plaque site on KIT campus is open to the public.
First television broadcast in Western Canada +The site is located on the Mount Seymour Parkway, a road which leads to the popular Mount Seymour ski resort, and is easily accessible. The broadcasting antennas and transmitter site are easily visible from the roadway and the main gate. CBC conducts frequent public tours for students and the public.  


Gapless Metal Oxide Surge Arrester (MOSA) for electric power systems,1975 +The people are able to see the plaque in the secured zone by getting inside the entrance hall of Meiden R&D Center.
Grumman Lunar Module +The site is secure by fencing and guards but accessible to the Public


Harvard Mark 1 Computer, 1944 - 1959 +The Harvard school lobby is generally opened to the public.
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