In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- A field effect transistor utilizes an oxide film to obtain satisfactory performance characteristics and ease of manufacture.
- For comparison, the gate length of the smallest silicon transistors is about 20 nanometers.
- By the mid-1960's, the microchip was replacing the transistor.
- The trend in microprocessor design has been to use more transistors in each generation.
- When I was in grad school, getting 100 transistors on a chip was a big deal.
- The top-down approach is typified by the manufacture of transistors on computer chips.
- In 1958 a single silicon transistor sold for about $10.
- The display pixel electrodes are connected to source electrodes of said thin film transistors in one-to-one correspondence.
- Each pixel in the display is controlled by its own silicon-based transistor.
- Lower resistance means that transistors switch states faster and that makes chips compute quicker.
- The field effect transistor includes a gate over a silicon substrate.
- The gate bus lines are connected to gate electrodes of the thin film transistors on each row in one-to-one correspondence.
- Applying voltage to the transistor gates frees the charges for readout.
- They also dissipate far less heat than today's transistors.
- A gate voltage of output driving MOS transistor is adjusted through a negative feedback circuit.
- A pull-down transistor has a control electrode and a pair of controlled electrodes.
- Computer designers, constantly packing more transistors into tiny spaces, are coming up against a physical boundary.
- An integrated circuit contains a planar first transistor and a diode.
- Are there any biochemical equivalents to transistor gates?
- The microprocessors at the heart of computers employ sets of tiny transistors in silicon chips to represent information.
- Why do we count the increasing millions of transistors on a chip, instead of counting the chips?
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- I could hold that mic up to my transistor radio's speaker and record songs onto tape.
- The phone has two side speakers rather than one, so songs played through it do sound pretty decent - much like a portable transistor radio.
- Water sells for a high premium, electricity is a memory, and a transistor radio is the only contact to anyone else outside their temporary shelter.
- The introduction of FM radio broadcasts, the invention of the transistor radio, and the move to colour television increased the consumption of media products in the 1970s.
- Among young people there is a great demand for cassette players and transistor radios.
- We sat there smoking, talking and listening to the tiny transistor radio.
- I have seen it put forward that the people responsible for this ‘no silence at all’ mentality are those who when children walked around with a transistor radio glued to their ears.
- It's a handheld device, vaguely reminiscent of a transistor radio from yesteryear.
- She kept a small transistor radio tuned to a lite-rock station, the only sound besides the humming of the drink cases.
- Tiny transistor sets with FM facility disappeared with astonishing speed from the shelves of duty paid shops.
- Many of them are sold for a pittance though, some of the jewels are worth tens of thousands of pounds and the farmers get enough for a transistor radio.
- ‘The transistor radio is in my room, Dad,’ Todd added before being asked.
- My first memories of listening to the John Peel show was in bed, under the covers, with my little transistor radio tuned to BBC Radio 1 in 1977.
- Anywhere in the crowd it was possible to tune a transistor radio to a translation in the language of your choice.
- The portable transistor radio was on every American beach.
- These include a transistor radio, which was well known as the president's favorite mode of communicating propaganda, and the Soviet hammer and sickle.
- I'd just been given a transistor radio, and I'd found Radio One.
- The shoemaker himself was there as well, listening to his little transistor radio.
- He liked to spread out, play his transistor radio (which he kept in a desk drawer), smoke dope, and in general hang loose while he worked.
- More than television, in its infancy a socializing machine that involved the whole family, the transistor radio helped define boomers as a separate (even secessionist) generation.
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