Regency Electronics
janet

Midland, TX

#1 Jul 13, 2008
im looking for people that worked at Regency Electronics in the 60s-late 80s.I did,i worked in Quality Control for years.
screwdriver

Texas City, TX

#2 Dec 22, 2008
janet wrote:
im looking for people that worked at Regency Electronics in the 60s-late 80s.I did,i worked in Quality Control for years.
I am looking for history of Regency Electronics Inc
did you work at 7900 Pendelton Pike in indy.
you can email me at [email protected]
sltryman

United States

#3 Feb 2, 2011
i worked in quality control in the late 70's for about 8 months i was the one that found out why the touch 1 scanner was shifting frequency and showed them how to fix it they original thought it was the voltage reg overheating but that was a different problem altogether. i can remember having a buch stored up back in QC. i worked there a short time till a car wreack at second job.
PeteJ

Libertyville, IL

#4 Jul 17, 2011
sltryman wrote:
i worked in quality control in the late 70's for about 8 months i was the one that found out why the touch 1 scanner was shifting frequency and showed them how to fix it they original thought it was the voltage reg overheating but that was a different problem altogether. i can remember having a buch stored up back in QC. i worked there a short time till a car wreack at second job.
Pete Jefferson here. Worked for Regency from 66 to 82. Ran QC for about 10 years. Don't see you name here. Write: [email protected]
Regency customer

Summersville, WV

#5 Aug 20, 2011
Since you gentlemen worked for regency maybe you could inform me on how much an EC-175 electronic counter may be worth. It has a date of 1972 and a stamp that says "TESTED BY Gary Anderson" any info on what it is and does would be helpful thanks!
Andrew

Elyria, OH

#6 Nov 21, 2011
I am looking for a manual for the TME-8 8 Channel monitoradio/executive scanner.
Email me [email protected]
Peggy Little

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Dec 31, 2012
I worked at Regency Electronics from 1976 to 1981. Worked in several areas. Had family that worked there also. Was very young and had a lot of fun during those years. Went on to complete college and law school.
Jeff

Atlanta, GA

#8 Jan 19, 2013
My Step-Father worked for Regency in the 60's-70's and 80's. His name is Joe Boone, he started as an electrical engineer, then eventually became the Executive Vice-President, and finally he was the President (CEO) and Chairman of the Board. I grew up loving anything that had the Regency name and logo on it! Regency had some great years, I'm just so proud to be the step-son of a man who worked so hard to help make it happen.
Mike

Homosassa, FL

#9 Mar 8, 2013
I worked for Regency in the QC engineering department back in the late 70s and early 80s. We had been having problems with a particular series of BCD based LED displays. Turns out that the displays coming into the shop could not always handle the specified temperatures during soldering. Through a microscope one could see the variations in substrate thickness and bonding.

It was a good company to work with. It was a shame to see them close down.
Mike

Homosassa, FL

#10 Mar 8, 2013
Peggy Little wrote:
I worked at Regency Electronics from 1976 to 1981. Worked in several areas. Had family that worked there also. Was very young and had a lot of fun during those years. Went on to complete college and law school.
I seem to remember you, Peggy. I was the QC engineer there for a period of several months but had to leave due to medical reasons. Sound familiar?
Mike

Homosassa, FL

#11 Mar 8, 2013
Regency customer wrote:
Since you gentlemen worked for regency maybe you could inform me on how much an EC-175 electronic counter may be worth. It has a date of 1972 and a stamp that says "TESTED BY Gary Anderson" any info on what it is and does would be helpful thanks!
A current search via Google lists a few URLs where people have a few of those EC-175 electronic counters. Seems the prices listed run between $25 and $65. Hope this helps.
Peggy Little

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Mar 18, 2013
Mike, I'm not sure I recall you. I never worked in QC. I do recall the problem with the soldiering, however.
Glenna

United States

#13 Jul 17, 2013
janet wrote:
im looking for people that worked at Regency Electronics in the 60s-late 80s.I did,i worked in Quality Control for years.
I worked there for a short while from 1980 to 1982 in the office and back where they received radios for service.

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