Dallas Semiconductor DS1000Z : weekend die-shot Dallas Semiconductor DS1000Z - 5 tap delay line. Die size 2074x1768 µm

Dallas Semiconductor : weekend die-shot Dallas Semiconductor - 5 tap delay line.

Dallas Semiconductor iButton - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IButton

Dallas Semiconductor iButton - see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IButton

Silicon Wafers – CPU Artworks Computer Art - 'Crossword' Created from vintage Dallas Semiconductor Processor dies

Silicon Wafers – CPU Artworks Computer Art - 'Crossword' Created from vintage Dallas Semiconductor Processor dies

Computer memory  Vintage IBM® -Dallas Semiconductor® - SyncMax® Christmas Tree Ornament (1977-2007 components)

Computer memory Vintage IBM® -Dallas Semiconductor® - SyncMax® Christmas Tree Ornament (1977-2007 components)

Sunlight on Semiconductor Microchips Computer Art created from Dallas Semiconductor Processor dies from a scrap Silicon Wafer, and stacked silicon wafers

Sunlight on Semiconductor Microchips Computer Art created from Dallas Semiconductor Processor dies from a scrap Silicon Wafer, and stacked silicon wafers

Silicon Wafers – CPU Artworks Computer Art created from Dallas Semiconductor Computer processor dies and stacked Silicon Wafers

Silicon Wafers – CPU Artworks Computer Art created from Dallas Semiconductor Computer processor dies and stacked Silicon Wafers

Fig.1 Schematic diagram of iButton electronic lock Since iButton DS1990A introduced in market from Dallas Semiconductor (MAXIM), it has been used in many applications concerning security, access control systems etc. In this project we will use iButton as a key to an electronic lock. This electronic lock can use many different kinds of iButtons andRead More

Fig.1 Schematic diagram of iButton electronic lock Since iButton DS1990A introduced in market from Dallas Semiconductor (MAXIM), it has been used in many applications concerning security, access control systems etc. In this project we will use iButton as a key to an electronic lock. This electronic lock can use many different kinds of iButtons andRead More

Tranzistor BC517D74Z bipolar, Darlington, NPN, Fairchild Semiconductor - 018994

Tranzistor BC517D74Z bipolar, Darlington, NPN, Fairchild Semiconductor - 018994

The Microchip co-invented by Jack Kilby of Texas Instruments (pictured) and Robert Noyce of Fairchild Semiconductors.

The microchip is co-invented by Jack Kilby of Texas Instruments (pictured) and Robert Noyce of Fairchild Semiconductors, in The microchip or integrated circuit chip would lead to the future explosion of computers and eventually smart phones.

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