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Who was the inventor of the transistor?

This is one of those questions that has a number of correct answers. In 1925, Physicist Julius Edgar Lilienfeld filed a patent for a field-effect transistor (FET) in Canada. (MORE)

Who invented the transistor?

The Bipolar Junction Transistor (BJT) was invented by three scientists, William Shockley, John Bardeen and Walter Brattain, in 1948. They all worked at Bell Labs, and were tr (MORE)

What does a transistor do?

Depending on how the transistor is biased and various other  circuits connected to it, a transistor acts as an amplifier and/or  switch.   When acting as an amplifier th (MORE)

Why transistor is called a transistor?

Because in this device the resistsnce between two terminale respectively collector and emitter is changed by changing the base voltage that is it transfers the resistance betw (MORE)

What are the advantages of transistor-transistor logic?

Transistor-transistor logic (TTL) is a class of digital circuits built from bipolar junction transistors (BJT) and resistors. It is called transistor-transistor logic because (MORE)

Why are transistors important?

Transistor is the building block for the processor. Without the  transistor, some say our servers would be three stories high, and  laptops would be a prop on Star Trek. Our (MORE)
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What is functions transistors?

Transistor amplify and switch electrical power and electronic  signals. These are made of semiconductor material with three or  more terminals used to connect to an external (MORE)

Is a transistor a diode?

No. Di, or bi, means two. A diode, from the Greek di (two), and ode (path), has, rather obviously, two connections, which, in older ones (valves/thermionic diodes), were cal (MORE)