Negative Resistance Arising from Transit Time in Semiconductor Diodes, in, Bell System Technical Journal, July 1954. W. Shockley, semiconductors, bell system technical journal.

Negative Resistance Arising from Transit Time in Semiconductor Diodes, in, Bell System Technical Journal, July 1954.

American Telephone & Telegraph, July 1954; pp 799-1022; illus, photos, refs; light blue paper wraps.

Condition: Very Good overall, 6x9, blue paper wraps, name blacked out upper corner front cover, extremities sunned, internally tight & clean. Slight abrasion at upper edge of front cover, very light, small spot of bleed-through from inked-out name onto margin of first page.

Price: $20.00

Item Description

Separate issue of Volume 33, no. 4, the July 1954 issue containing Shockley's article on pp 799-826 inclusive.
Also in this issue -- Transistor and Junction Diodes in Telephone Power Plants (Chase, Hamilton & Smith); Wire Straightening and Molding for Wire Spring Relays (Brunnre, Cosson and Strickland); Some Fundamental Problems in Percussive Welding (Sumner); Automatic Contact Welding in Wire Spring Relay Manufacture (Quinlan); Electronic Relay Tester (Davis & Blaha); Topics in Guided Wave Propagation trhough Gyromagnetic Media, Part II - Transverse Magnetization and Non-Reciprocal Helix (Suhl and Walker); Theoretical Fundamentals of Pulse Transmission - II (Sunds); also, Technical Papers not published in this Journal; Recent Bell System Monographs; Contributors to this Issue.
Shockley's paper was later offprinted as a Bell Telephone Laboratories Monograph (2280).