Tech news tagged ‘transistor’

Epitaxial Wafers For £18 Each

Wafers, one-inch in diameter, of epitaxially formed silicon are now readily available in Britain. Their availability was announced simultaneously in the UK and US by the Dupont group of companies…

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Deathnium

The great Bill Shockley invented more than the transistor, he invented ‘deathnium’ .

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Russia Makes Plastic Transistors

It is reported in ‘Radio e Televisione’ that the Russian scientist Nikolai Semenoff has set up a new type of transistor in plastic material which has properties similar to those of normal germanium transistors.’

  So, over 50 years ago, starts a story in Electronics Weekly’s edition of April 19th…

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Philco Transistors For TV

‘A drive by Semiconductors Ltd for a big share of the TV transistor market was forecast last week by Mr C.H. Noton, Commercial Executive Director of the company.’

  S0, over 50 years ago, starts a story in Electronics Weekly’s edition of May 3rd 1961…

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Valves Are Far From Dead

 

VALVES ARE FAR FROM DEAD

     DESPITE  TRANSISTORS

  Was the headline 50 years ago in Electronics Weekly’s edition of May 24th 1961…

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The Candid Friend

The candid friend is one of those things you know you should appreciate but so often don’t.

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Texas Instruments Launches Epitaxial Transistors.

‘The introduction on of the first commercially available epitaxial transistor was announced last week by Texas Instruments.’

  So, 50 years ago, starts a story in the May 24th 1961 edition of Electronics Weekly…

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