4. "A junction transistor for kilowatt pulses" Proc.
I.R.E. 45, 544 (1957).
semiconductor junction relations" J. Electronics 2, 609-610
6. "The high current limit for semiconductor devices"
Proc. I.R.E. 45,
7. "Power transistors" Proc. I.R.E. Aust. 19, 311-315
From the point of view of
history, you would find papers 1 and 4 the most interesting - both have
photos of the power transistor element.
Transistor Products Inc
was one of the original Bell Labs licensees of transistor technology. Can you provide any other recollections
about this pioneering company?
There is, indeed, a great deal
I remember about the place (or rather both places, since I worked in both
the Boston site and then the Waltham site). You may be interested to know that TP did the whole process
from beginning to end, starting with germanium dioxide, reducing it to
germanium, zone refining, and crystal growing -
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