Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9
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1977
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The First Telephone Coder-Decoder on a Chip
The 2910
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The 2910

The 2910, shown here on a wafer of 2910 chips, can process about two million bits of data a second and is used widely in telephone systems. The gridded structures are registers. The bright red colors were created by lights aimed at the wafer. Actual size: 0.133 x 0.171 inches.

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