Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9

The First Linear IC
The µA702 Operational Amplifier

The µA702 Operational Amplifier

The µA702 can amplify incoming signals up to seven thousand times. It has twelve bipolar transistors and five resistors. The transistors are the small greenish rectangular features on either side of the chip's central spine (the thick white bar with the square pad at the base); two transistors, lying on opposite sides of the upside-down T-shaped feature in the center, are unconnected. The resistors are the light brown loops and line; the aluminum connectors are the thick white bars. The boxlike dark brown moats are the extruding portions of isolation channels. Actual size: 0.60 inches.

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