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How Does a Transistor Work?
posted September 19 2013 14:45.48 by spic0m




How does a transistor work? Our lives depend on this device.
But more important to our lives today, the transistor made possible the microcomputer revolution, and hence the Internet, and also TVs, mobile phones, fancy washing machines, dishwashers, calculators, satellites, projectors etc. etc.


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