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Moore's law is dead

”Moore’s law has died at the age of 51 after an extended illness,” Peter Bright writes for Ars Technica. “In 1965, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore made an observation that the number of components in integrated circuits was doubling every 12 months or so.” 287 more words


Global Field Effect Transistors(FETs) Market 2016 Industry Development, Research, Forecasts, Growth, Study and Overview

The global Field Effect Transistors(FETs) market is covered in entirety in this report, which aims at discovering key statistical and factual information on the global Field Effect Transistors(FETs) market, while providing precise evaluations for the scope of this market in the near future, with respect to the growth of its players. 83 more words

Lessons Learned

Having just finished the exams for semester one, I thought I’d recap some of the concepts learned from the first two Mechatronic modules.


Non-inverting, inverting and summing inverting amps. 78 more words


Sunburns and Circuits: How Nanotechnology is Pushing the Boundaries of Computing

Last July, IBM announced that it had developed a new computer chip that could boost computer speeds by 50%.1 The company achieved this performance boost by building their chip with transistors a mere 7 nanometers in diameter. 961 more words


Presence of Static current in Human body

A small electronics project to show the presence of static current in human body.

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Assembling Transistor Radios in 1955

Here’s a great documentary short from 1955 showing how portable transistor radios were assembled. It’s super retro! (2:35)

Want to learn more about transistors? Just a few years later the US Information Agency produced an 8-minute short film about the brief history, design, and commercial applications of the newly invented Germanium transistor. 6 more words



Dear Engineer,

Last week, I was working in the lab, trying to model a small signal response across an NMOS transistor amplifier. The experiment wasn’t working, and neither was my laptop. 319 more words