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Texas Instruments, Dallas

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Name: Texas Instruments, Dallas    (USA)  
Abbreviation: texasinstr
Products: Model types Others Tube manufacturer
Summary:

Texas Instruments, (TI), Box 5012, Dallas 22, Texas (USA) und Manton Lane, Bedford (England). Deutschland: Texas Instruments Deutschland GmbH, Stuttgart N, Wolframstr. 26.

Founded: 1930
History:
Texas Instruments in Dallas (TI) was founded in 1930 by Cecil H. Green, Patrick E. Haggerty, John Erik Jonsson and Eugene McDermott as GSI (Geophysical Service Inc.). The first products were tools and equipment for the exploring oil industry.

Since about 1951 Texas Instruments, Dallas, was concentrating on designing and producing semiconductors like transistors and integrated circuits (IC's) as well as for applikations in analogue and digital signal processing.
Um 1941 Umbenennung in TI (Texas Instruments).
Am 10. Mai 1954 wurde der erste Silizium-Transistor für den kommerziellen Gebrauch angekündigt.
In den Werksferien im Sommer 1958 konstruierte Jack Kilby einen Prototyp der ersten integrierten Schaltung; am 12. September 1958 präsentierte er seine Ergebnisse vor dem TI-Management.

This manufacturer was suggested by Günther Stabe.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  86 Program Recorder PHP2700   Texas Instruments Portable Cassette Tape Player / Recorder Model Program Recorder PHP27... 
USA  59 Prototype portable TV solid state 2N623  Texas Instruments TI Solid State Portable TV; Halbleiterliste: nur einmal pro Typ; Transi... 

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Texas Instruments, Dallas
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Texas Instruments SP7349
Karl-Heinz Entrich
10.Mar.16
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Wer kennt diesen Transistor? Bisher habe ich folgendes herausgefunden: Silizium-NPN mit beta etwa 50 (bei 150mA) und die Gehäusebauform ist TO-61.

Freundlichen  Gruß, K.- Heinz Entrich

Karl-Heinz Entrich
11.Mar.16
  2

Sicher weiß nicht jeder gleich die Abmessungen der Bauform TO-61, deshalb hier eine Abbildung dazu.

Freundlichen Gruß, K.- Heinz Entrich

 
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