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Transistor history in pictures on BBC

Transistor history in pictures on BBC Read the history of the transistor on BBC.
among other interesting moments, Gordon Moore is featured. Gordon Moore was a co-founder of Intel. He published Moore's Law in 1965 in Electronics magazine. The Law predicts that the number of transistor elements on a silicon chip has to double every year or two.
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Transistor history in pictures on BBC

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