Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9
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1970
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The First 1,024-Bit (1K) Dynamic RAM
The 1103
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The 1103

It takes about 300 billionths of a second to read or write a bit into the 1103. this chip has 1,024 memory cells (the small rectangular features) arrayed in four grids of thirty-two columns and an equal number of rows. The circuits in the horizontal spine decode the columns; those along the vertical spine, the rows. Actual size: 0.113 x 0.139 inches.

STATE OF THE ART
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This book is provided for general reference. The National Museum of American History and the Smithsonian Institution make no claims as to the accuracy or completeness of this work.

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