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Invention of integrated circuits [electronic resource] : untold important facts
Saxena, Arjun N.
1 online resource (xxxix, 523 p.) :
1 copy available at Sugar Grove Campus --Todd Library.
Sugar Grove Campus --Todd Library
TK7874 .S38 2009 EB
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9789812814463 (electronic bk.)
9812814469 (electronic bk.)
(ISBN invalid)9789812814456 (print)
(ISBN invalid)9812814450 (print)
Saxena, Arjun N.
Invention of integrated circuits [electronic resource] : untold important facts / Arjun N. Saxena.
Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific, c2009.
1 online resource (xxxix, 523 p.) : ill., col. port.
(International series on advances in solid state electronics and technology)
Cover -- Contents -- Dedication -- Foreword -- Preface -- 1. Getting History Right -- 2. Importance of the IC Invention -- 3. What is an IC? -- 4. Sole Credit to Kilby and Noyce -- 5. Key Points to Get History Right -- 6. Key Points of Jack S. Kilby8217;s Invention -- 7. Key Points of Robert (Bob) N. Noyce8217;s Invention -- 8. Other Contributors -- 9. Lack of contributions of Kilby and the others to pursue monolithic-ICs -- 10. Historical Perspective and Accuracy -- 11. My Experience -- 12. Useful Product -- 13. Funding for putting all the facts of the invention of ICs on historical record -- 14. Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- 1. What is an IC? -- 2. Key Requirements for making the IC and did Kilby and Noyce meet them? -- 3. Sole credit to Kilby and Noyce -- 4. A few facts in the mystery of the invention of ICs -- 5. My qualifications -- 6. Getting history right -- 7. The case of Einstein -- 8. Why getting history right is important? -- 9. Documented facts -- 10. What are documented facts? -- 11. All ICs sold from day one have been Si monolithic-ICs -- 12. Three questions need to be answered up front -- 13. Victory/success and defeat/failure -- 14. Disclosure of the basic concept for ICs by others earlier than Kilby -- 15. Brief comments on the basic concepts of IC invention documented by Kilby, Dummer, Johnson and Stewart given above -- 16. Concepts given by Saxena in 1954 -- 17. Inputs for Noyce8217;s patent and investigation of Kilby8217;s patents -- 18. Other aspects which contributed to the invention and fantastic success of ICs -- 19. Answers to the three questions raised in Section 11 -- 20. For whom is the book primarily intended and at what level? -- Chapter 2: Discovery, Invention, Improvement, Patents and Publications -- 1. Discovery -- 2. Invention -- 3. Improvement -- 4. Patents -- 5. Publications -- 6. Trade secrets -- Chapter 3: Evolution of Miniaturization in Electronics -- 1. Present status of miniaturization -- 2. Need for miniaturization and its evolution -- 2.1. Hybrid-Integrated Circuits (Hybrid-ICs), and -- 2.2. Monolithic-Integrated Circuits (Monolithic-ICs). -- 3. When an electronic circuit is an IC? -- 3.1. Hybrid-ICs fabricated with Packaged Chips = Hybrid-PC-ICs. -- 3.2. Hybrid-ICs fabricated with Unpackaged Chips = Hybrid-UC-ICs. -- 4. When does a hybrid-IC become a monolithic-IC? -- 5. Fast evolution from early ICs to VLSICs to ULSICs -- 6. Beyond ULSICs into the future -- 7. Some of the advantages of 3D-Si-ICs over conventional 2D-Si-ICs -- 8. Some of the advantages of UPICs over conventional 2D-Si-ICs -- 9. Future -- Chapter 4: Monolithic vs. Hybrid Concepts in ICs -- 1. Hybrid-integrated circuits (hybrid-ICs) -- 1.1. Hybrid-ICs fabricated with Packaged Chips = Hybrid-PC-ICs. -- 1.2. Hybrid-ICs fabricated with Unpackaged Chips = Hybrid-UC-ICs. -- 2. Where do we draw the line in hybrid-ICs to define the onset of miniaturized Integrated Circuits? -- 3. Monolithic-integrated circuit (monolithic-IC) -- Chapter 5: Summary of the IC Fabrication, Inventions, Relevant Patent Filings and Issue Dates, and Methodology of Analyses and Numbering -- 1. Summary of IC fabrication -- 2. Summary of the inventions of integrated circuit by Kilby and Noyce as documented in the literature -- 2.1. Kilby8217;s strong and weak points; important original figures -- 2.2. Noyce8217;s strong and weak points; important original.
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