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Review: Transistor Tester

Amazon has been getting creepier and creepier lately with their recommendations.  Every time I log in, I’m presented with a list of new Blinky LEDs, Raspberry Pi accessories, Arduino shields, and the like. 777 more words

Tool Hacks

As Moore’s Law turns 50, computer chips continue to get cheaper and more powerful

On April 19, 1965, an article was published ( http://www.computerhistory.org/semiconductor/timeline/1965-Moore.html )  in Electronics Magazine by a electrical engineering researcher from CalTech, theorizing that the number of transistors on an integrated circuit would double every year. 246 more words

Moore's Law Is Dead. Long Live Moore's Law.

The year is 1965. The Beatles release four albums. The war rages on in Vietnam. And a research-and-development professional by the name of Gordon Moore… 878 more words

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Transistors & Their Importance

A transistor is a small electronic device that can cause changes in a large electrical output signal by small changes in a small input signal. That is, a weak input signal can be amplified by a transistor. 401 more words

Electronic Components

Moore’s Curse: not everything is exponential

Moore’s Law (that transistor densities double every 18-24 months at minimal cost) has transformed our world, and continues to do so. But an unintended consequence, according to… 860 more words

How Computers Work: Transistors and Logic Gates

I realized that in order to be an effective database administrator, I had to take a step back and study the basics.

How does a computer work? 326 more words

How Computers Work

Faster You Said? Smaller You Demand? Delivered. Almost.

Organic is a  faster way to lose weight and start a healthy tracked life. Organic materials that makes a transistor allows for a thousand times more speed in electronic devices today. 538 more words

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