Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9
Index
Scanned

1950
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Solid-State Electronics Goes Commercial
The Junction Transistor
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The Junction Transistor

The junction transistor is a mudlike substance in the center of the board. The wire on the left is attached to the emitter and is grounded; the wires on the right are attached to the base and the collector. (A re-creation.) Actual size of the transistor: .50 inches tall.

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