How RCA Lost the LC D

  title={How RCA Lost the LC D},
  author={Benjamin Gross},
  journal={IEEE Spectrum},
  • B. Gross
  • Published 12 November 2012
  • Engineering
  • IEEE Spectrum
In September 1967, Richard Klein and his boss, Lawrence Murray, traveled to RCA's central research facility in Princeton, N.J. It was a familiar trip for Klein, an associate engineer at the company's semiconductor division in nearby Somerville, whose work with light-emitting diodes kept him in close touch with solid-state researchers in Princeton. On this occasion, though, Murray assured him he was going to see something new. Sure enough, upon arriving in Princeton, Klein and Murray were… 
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