The transistor as a network element

@article{Bangert1954TheTA,
  title={The transistor as a network element},
  author={Joachim Bangert},
  journal={Transactions of the IRE Professional Group on Electron Devices},
  year={1954},
  volume={ED-1},
  pages={7-7}
}
  • J. Bangert
  • Published 1 February 1954
  • Engineering
  • Transactions of the IRE Professional Group on Electron Devices
The development of the transistor has provided an active element having important advantages in space and power. As a result, the question arises whether strategic insertion of such active elements in passive networks might lead to interesting results. This paper describes a theoretical analysis, confirmed by experiment, of certain possible network applications of transistors. Four general areas are considered in which transistors are used as follows: to reduce the detrimental effects of… 
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