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The electronic revolution, one of the greatest technological development miracles of the 20th centur

  • Author:chipstores
  • Source:chipstores.com
  • Release on :2018-07-05

In order to understand the importance of the changes that the US e-Renaissance Plan is intended to achieve, it is necessary to review here the changes that have taken place in the last such paradigm shift.

On July 1, 1948, on page D4 of the New York Times (a completely unimportant layout), a word called "transistor" appeared quietly.

The "Radio Communications" column of the day was introduced at the beginning of two new radio programs, but I don't know why, when I closed the door, I settled on a sly technical news:

Yesterday, a device called a transistor was first publicly demonstrated at Bell Labs, and it has several applications in radios that typically use vacuum tubes.

In the completely unimportant D4 version, with a "Radio News Column", the first is to introduce two new shows.

Another big game in the United States: Reinvigorating the chip industry in five years and investing more than $2 billion!

The end is a technical news, "transistor" first appeared here. Image Source:rarenewspapers

The transition from the vacuum tube to the transistor has proved to be epoch-making. Above the transistor, we have constructed electronic technology for more than 70 years.

Ten years after the introduction of the transistor, Texas Instruments’ Jack Kilby demonstrated the first integrated circuit. All circuit components are placed on the same semiconductor material chip. This opens the way for transistors to be infinitely small. Now, look back. This development trajectory is simply a miracle.



Texas Instruments' Jack Kilby and integrated circuits. Jack Kilby later won the Nobel Prize in Physics.

DARPA was founded in 1958, the year that Kilby proposed integrated circuits. Many advances in the silicon era, including basic advances in semiconductor materials, large-scale integration and precision manufacturing, were also achieved with the support and promotion of DARPA. .

However, as with most development roads, scaling (and putting more transistors on the same chip) will eventually greet the end. The electronic miniaturization road represented by Moore's Law is destined to touch the limits of physics and economics. As this turning point approaches, the development of microelectronics technology will require a new stage of innovation to continue the modern miracle of electronic innovation.

The introduction to the ERI program states: "This turning point not only marks the gradual and flattening of one of the most important technological trajectories in human history, but also marks the beginning of an era of more technological innovation and technological advancement. ”

This is also the original intention of DARPA to launch ERI.
The electronic revolution, one of the greatest technological development miracles of the 20th century

In order to understand the importance of the changes that the US e-Renaissance Plan is intended to achieve, it is necessary to review here the changes that have taken place in the last such paradigm shift.

On July 1, 1948, on page D4 of the New York Times (a completely unimportant layout), a word called "transistor" appeared quietly.

The "Radio Communications" column of the day was introduced at the beginning of two new radio programs, but I don't know why, when I closed the door, I settled on a sly technical news:

Yesterday, a device called a transistor was first publicly demonstrated at Bell Labs, and it has several applications in radios that typically use vacuum tubes.

In the completely unimportant D4 version, with a "Radio News Column", the first is to introduce two new shows.

Another big game in the United States: Reinvigorating the chip industry in five years and investing more than $2 billion!

The end is a technical news, "transistor" first appeared here. Image Source:rarenewspapers

The transition from the vacuum tube to the transistor has proved to be epoch-making. Above the transistor, we have constructed electronic technology for more than 70 years.

Ten years after the introduction of the transistor, Texas Instruments’ Jack Kilby demonstrated the first integrated circuit. All circuit components are placed on the same semiconductor material chip. This opens the way for transistors to be infinitely small. Now, look back. This development trajectory is simply a miracle.



Texas Instruments' Jack Kilby and integrated circuits. Jack Kilby later won the Nobel Prize in Physics.

DARPA was founded in 1958, the year that Kilby proposed integrated circuits. Many advances in the silicon era, including basic advances in semiconductor materials, large-scale integration and precision manufacturing, were also achieved with the support and promotion of DARPA. .

However, as with most development roads, scaling (and putting more transistors on the same chip) will eventually greet the end. The electronic miniaturization road represented by Moore's Law is destined to touch the limits of physics and economics. As this turning point approaches, the development of microelectronics technology will require a new stage of innovation to continue the modern miracle of electronic innovation.

The introduction to the ERI program states: "This turning point not only marks the gradual and flattening of one of the most important technological trajectories in human history, but also marks the beginning of an era of more technological innovation and technological advancement. ”

This is also the original intention of DARPA to launch ERI.