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Development of the diode[ edit ] Armed with the knowledge of how these new diodes worked, a vigorous effort began to learn how to build them on demand. Within a year germanium production had been perfected to the point where military-grade diodes were being used in most radar sets.
Development of the transistor[ edit ] Main article: History of the transistor After the war, William Shockley decided to attempt the building of a triode -like semiconductor device. He secured funding and lab space, and went to work on the problem with Brattain and John Bardeen.
The key to the development of the transistor was the further understanding of the process of the electron mobility in a semiconductor. It was realized that if there were some way to control the flow of the electrons from the emitter to the collector of this newly discovered diode, an amplifier could be built. For instance, if contacts are placed on both sides of a single type of crystal, current will not flow between them through the crystal. However if a third contact could then "inject" electrons or holes into the material, current would flow.
Actually doing this appeared to be very difficult. If the crystal were of any reasonable size, the number of electrons or holes required to be injected would have to be very large, making it less than useful as an amplifier because it would require a large injection current to start with.
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That said, the whole idea of the crystal diode was that the crystal itself could provide the electrons over a very small distance, the depletion region. The key appeared to be to place the input and output contacts very close together on the surface of the crystal on either side of this region.
Brattain started working on building such a device, and tantalizing hints of amplification continued to appear as the team worked on the problem. Sometimes the system would work but then stop working unexpectedly. In one instance a non-working system started working when placed in water.
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Ohl and Brattain eventually developed a new branch of quantum mechanics , which became known as surface physics , to account for the behaviour. The electrons in any one piece of the crystal would migrate about due to nearby charges.
Electrons in the emitters, or the "holes" in the collectors, would cluster at the surface of the crystal where they could find their opposite charge "floating around" in the air or water. Yet they could be pushed away from the surface with the application of a small amount of charge from any other location on the crystal. Instead of needing a large supply of injected electrons, a very small number in the right place on the crystal would accomplish the same thing.
Their understanding solved the problem of needing a very small control area to some degree. Instead of needing two separate semiconductors connected by a common, but tiny, region, a single larger surface would serve.
The electron-emitting and collecting leads would both be placed very close together on the top, with the control lead placed on the base of the crystal. When current flowed through this "base" lead, the electrons or holes would be pushed out, across the block of semiconductor, and collect on the far surface. As long as the emitter and collector were very close together, this should allow enough electrons or holes between them to allow conduction to start.
The first transistor[ edit ] A stylized replica of the first transistor The Bell team made many attempts to build such a system with various tools, but generally failed. Setups where the contacts were close enough were invariably as fragile as the original cat's whisker detectors had been, and would work briefly, if at all.
Many of those readers who R. Pergamon Press The first section of the text forms a very concise but valuable outline of probability theory, spectral analysis and correlation theory, and the mathematical representation of narrow-band Gaussian noise.
Readers who have some knowledge of the above topics will appreciate the clear manner in which they are presented and will also find the section most useful for reference purposes. Other readers will probably need to refer to some of the sources mentioned in the text for a full treatment of certain topics. The next section deals with the effects of noise on the performance of amplitude modulation and angle phase or frequency modulation com-.
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Plus, we regularly update and improve textbook solutions based on student ratings and feedback, so you can be sure you're getting the latest information available.Ion-implanted semiconductor devices. Yet they could be pushed away from the surface with the application of a small amount of charge from any other location on the crystal.
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Because the two parts of the crystal were in contact with each other, the electrons could be pushed out of the conductive side which had extra electrons soon to be known as the emitter and replaced by new ones being provided from a battery, for instance where they would flow into the insulating portion and be collected by the whisker filament named the collector. He invited several other people to see this crystal, and Walter Brattain immediately realized there was some sort of junction at the crack.
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