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Inventions, projects and news in reverse chronological order of release:
2014: The AMM-STARCYCLE
2014: ZERO-ENGINEERING chooses AMM-L1 for their fleet of TYPE-6 carbureted Shovelhead motorcycles
2013: The Altmann Trumpet Assistant - an easy and fun way to learn to play the trumpet, cornet, flugel, alto, tenor or piccolo -> www.trumpassist.com
2012: A calendar for 10-fingered humans
2011: The Altmann Tera-Player - World's finest portable high-resolution music-player
2011: Solar-Powered High-End Audio - The Sound of Free Energy
2010: The Altmann Combustion-Force-Turbine (Verbrennungs-Kraft-Turbine) or ... Riding on even less Salad Oil
2010: The AMM-P4 High-Performance Transistor-Controller
2010: A Freewheel Clutch for the Quantya Electric Motorcycle - Increases Mileage up to 30%
2009: The Altmann DIY 192 kHz Audio Computer
2009: Riding on Electrons - The Altmann Tru-Torque Drive-Mode
2008: The Altmann Phono Stage - World's first vibrationally optimized phono stage
2008: The BYOB natural sound speaker system
2008: The Altmann Tera-Player - World's first hi-fidelity handheld digital music player capable of playing 192 kHz wav files
2007: World's first carbureted motorcycle that passes EURO-3 exhaust test
2007: A Flywheel for the KTM LC4 engine
2006: Electronic reliability system for Cleanaqua
2006: The Altmann DIY turntable
2005: Riding on Salad Oil A motorcycle enthusiast's guide to low speed, miniscule acceleration and about zero power, but fun fun fun ...
2005: The AMM-L1 High-Precision Lambda-Regulator for all carbureted combustion engines
2005: The Altmann Creation ADC - World's first 192kHz non-oversampling audio ADC
2004: The Altmann Acoustic Panel
2004: The Altmann Attraction DAC - World's first 192kHz non-oversampling DAC -
2003: The Altmann BYOB - World's first vibrationally optimized amplifer
2002: The Altmann DIY tonearm
2001: The Altmann "Tube-O-lator" lacquer . . . datasheet.pdf . . . application.pdf
2000: A Schauberger-style intake-system for combustion engine (patent applied for) ... pic ... similar idea but rudimental execution
2000: The AMM-P3 - World's smallest ignition system for the Harley-Davidson® TwinCam engine . . . datasheet.pdf
2000: The Altmann SPLIF - Split Feedback - Amplifier Topology - (patent applied for)
2000: The AMM JISCO - World's first Jitter Scrambling Decorrelator - (patent applied for) . . . datasheet.pdf
1999: The AMM UPCI - Ultra Precision Clock Injector - (patent applied for) . . . datasheet.pdf
1998: The Altmann Superlative 24 bit / 96 kHz Digital to Analog Converter . . . datasheet.pdf . . . booklet.pdf
1998: Electronic security locking-system "FlIETHOMATIC" with infrared hopping code transmitter and network programmability for Karl-Fliether . . . mpg
1997: All electronic microprocessor controls for press-fitting tools for now-technology-leader Novopress.
1997: AMM SYNCHRO-CONTROL - intelligent spark control strategy for V-twin engines, resulting in automized torque optimization and vibration reduction . . . non-disclosed
1996: The AMM-INJECTOR - sequential injection system for Harley-Davidson® motorcycles with selflearning lambda-loop.
1996: The AMM-IMMOGNITION - World's first field-programmable electronic ignition with integrated immobilizer - (patent appied for) . . . datasheet.pdf
1995: Field programmable industrial control display for ASIG electronics.
1995: LCD I2C control network chip . . . datasheet.pdf
1994: Hitachi SuperH SH70xx 32-bit risc microcomputer with network OS . . . datasheet.pdf
1994: Sxx-Micro-Module series of microcomputers with network OS . . . datasheet.pdf
1994: Development System for the Mitsubishi M377xx series of Microcontrollers . . . datasheet.pdf
1993: AMM microcomputer interface protocol.
1993: Microprocessor controlled security locking system with one-wire interface and serial network programmability, University of Wuppertal, Germany.
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Altmann Micro Machines is a german company focusing on the deliberate application of technology with the intent to improve customer's wellbeing through procreation of uplifting and joyful experience. Specialty audio and motorcycle products and developments with a number of applied patents include the AMM-IMMOGNITION, worlds first field programmable ignition with integrated immobilizer, the AMM-P3, world's smallest and easiest ignition system for the Harley-Davidson® TwinCam engine, Altmann Superlative 24 bit / 96 kHz Digital to Analog Converter, The AMM - UPCI - Ultra Precision Clock Injector -, the AMM JISCO - Jitter Scrambling Decorrelator -, the Altmann SPLIF - Split Feedback - Amplifier Topology-, The Altmann Tube-o-Lator lacquer - a coating that makes semiconductors sound tube-like, the Altmann Do-it-Yourself Tonearm, The Altmann BYOB -Bring Your Own Battery- high performance vibrationally optimized audio amplifier and the Altmann Attraction DAC, a new and unique DA converter that can play up to 192kHz audio without oversampling and features extensive jitter filtering with dual VCXO precision PLL, switchable JISCO function, tube-o-lator-treated R2R converter, high-precision I/V conversion, and high power output and a vibrationally optimized desging employing a musical spruce sound-board. The Altmann Attraction DAC is the first DAC worldwide that can play fast sampled audio with zero-oversampling, sample by sample with unrivalled acoustic performance. Altmann Micro Machines was founded in 1994 by Dipl.-Ing. Charles Altmann.