TITLE: Minaturized Electronic Circuits
INVENTOR: Jack Kilby
PRINT#: K8743 Kilby invented the monolithic integrated circuit – the microchip – which laid the conceptual and technical foundation for the entire field of modern microelectronics. From his first simple circuit has grown a worldwide integrated circuit market whose sales in 2007 totaled $219 billion. During the summer of 1958, working with borrowed and improvised equipment at Texas Instruments, he conceived and built the first electronic circuit in which all of the components, both active and passive, were fabricated in a single piece of semiconductor material half the size of a paper clip.
- Reproduction of the original patent artwork and application submitted by Jack Kilby to the US Patent & Trademark Office in 1964
- Giclee art is printed on heavyweight fine art paper
- Makes a great computer programmer gift!
Overall frame size 18-1/4 x 22-1/4
Double-matted: charcoal (top) and black (bottom)
Frame is sealed and includes hanging hardware
Patent artwork and application submitted by Jack Kilby to the US Patent & Trademark Office in 1964
Add up to 4 lines of personalized copy
Art is double-matted and presented in a high-quality wood & glass frame
Makes a great computer programmer gift!
Size is 16×20
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